Bangalore- based mattress brand Peps Industries Pvt Ltd is all set to spread its presence in north India via the franchise as well as the dealers/distributors model.
Bangalore- based mattress brand Peps Industries Pvt Ltd is all set to spread its presence in north India via the franchise as well as the dealers/distributors model. With three units in Delhi, the brand plans to open 20 more stores in different cities of north India by the end of 2015.The mattress brand currently has over 3000 dealer and distributors across south India. Now, the brand is looking for expansion in other major cities of the northern region. While seeking potential franchisees and dealers for providing luxurious sleep to the customers, G Shankar Ramm, Joint Managing Director, Peps Industries Pvt Ltd said, “After gaining overwhelming responses and establishing brand in southern India, we now want to move to the north. Already our three stores are operational in Delhi but as a part of the brand’s roll out we look forward to add 20 stores in cities including Delhi and NCR, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Ludhiana and many more.”
He further added, “In a market that was focused on archaic coir mattresses, Peps blazes a trial that others are still struggling to follow. Our sleep systems are crafted with 100% imported raw materials only because we truly are dedicated to craft sleep comfort products that not only meet the international standard specifications, but more importantly cater to the ever-changing needs of wide range of consumers.”
Driven cumulatively with over 72 years of expertise in Indian mattress industries, Peps Industries embarked on what has now become a never-ending journey of success. The brand boasts itself to be India's largest inner spring mattress company with a product lineup that rivals the best in the world. An 11-acre state-of-the-art inner spring manufacturing unit in Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu with two ancillary facilities in north and western India is the nerve center of its mission to transform the way this country sleeps. Peps has also been working on sharing technical know-how in the field of sleep solutions through a technology transfer agreement with US-based Restonic Corp.