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ISPA to host world's largest mattress show in March
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Feb '08
The International Sleep Products Association (ISPA) will host ISPA EXPO 2008, the world's largest tradeshow devoted exclusively to the mattress industry, March 12-15, 2008 in Baltimore, MD, at the Baltimore Convention Center. This biennial event features the largest selection of exhibits with the latest component materials, equipment, machinery, supplies and services specific to the mattress industry.

The four-day event brings mattress producers and industry suppliers together from around the world to shop, learn, and build important business relationships. Educational sessions include key industry topics such as updates from the CPSC on Part 1633-related inspections, how to strengthen relationships between manufacturers, retailers and customers, how to use industry statistics, and understanding the mattress consumer.

This major exhibition of mattress machinery and related components, supplies and services will highlight the industry's technological advances in a year of adjustment to the new Part 1633 FR open-flame standard. Suppliers from all around the globe will offer product demonstrations where attendees can see and compare a wealth of products under one roof at one time.

“The ISPA EXPO is the best opportunity to stay current on technology, equipment and business trends,” noted Jimmy Orders, president of Park Place Corporation. He added, “It is also the best opportunity there is to stay in personal contact with industry friends and associates.”


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