Where Are Serta Mattresses Made? (Local or Overseas)


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When it comes to buying a new mattress, quality is key. However, that’s not all. Today, more and more people are looking to buy locally-made products. Because of this, American made mattresses are in high demand. With that in mind, where are Serta mattresses made? Well, in this article, I’ll be looking at where they are made and who makes them.


Who Makes Serta Mattresses?

Serta is owned by Advent International. Advent International acquired the company back in 2012. However, there’s a lot more to the story.

Serta and Simmons are sister companies. They are both American bedding brands that work to produce some of America’s best-selling mattresses. Serta and Simmons came together to form Serta Simmons Bedding LLC.

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In 2023, Serta Simmons Bedding filed for bankruptcy. The company faced litigation in New York over a deal made during 2020. However, Serta Simmons has since been rebuilding its financial structure to come back bigger than before.

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According to numerous news outlets, it is Serta Simmons Bedding that manufactures Serta’s products. So, from what I understand, it looks like Serta Simmons Bedding manufactures Serta’s bedding. However, a lot of the manufacturing is done under the Serta name.

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Not all of Serta’s manufacturing is carried out by the Serta Simmons Bedding company. It operates facilities in various countries worldwide. For example, its Middle-Eastern products are made by Dubai Furniture Manufacturing Company LLC.

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Since the company has recently come out of bankruptcy, it looks like things will level out and the company will be back to business as usual. The only difference is that it now works under a more sustainable financial structure.

Where are Serta Mattresses Made?

According to Serta’s website, all of its mattresses are designed and assembled in the USA. While I’m sure most readers will already know that the phrase ‘assembled in’ and ‘made in’ can mean two different things, it does look like its mattresses are made in the USA.

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The article itself was written by a Serta employee, and it was posted on Serta’s official website. The title of the article is ‘Why to buy a mattress made in the USA.’ This seems to signify that at least some of its mattresses are made in the US.

Serta operates manufacturing facilities all over the world. The company operates 27 manufacturing facilities in the US, 4 in Canada, and 33 in other locations worldwide.

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It is unclear whether any of its overseas-made mattresses are imported to the US. But, as you can see in the first paragraph of this section, all of its mattresses are designed and assembled in the USA.

It could be that the materials come in from overseas and then the products are made in the US, but it could also be that they are mostly made overseas before being sent to the US for finishing.

So, to summarize, it does look like a lot of Serta’s mattresses are produced to some degree in the US. Unfortunately, I can’t confirm whether all of its mattresses are made in the US. If there are any readers out there who have more information about Serta then get in touch via the comment section below.

It is worth keeping in mind that Serta sells products to customers in countries all over the world. So a lot of its overseas-made products are sold to customers outside the US.

If you want to find out about more companies that manufacture mattresses in the US, then check out our article on American made mattresses.

History of Serta Mattresses

Serta was founded in 1931. Over the years, Serta has been responsible for a number of industry firsts.

From releasing the first continuous coil innerspring-designed mattress to offering the latest in gel memory foam technology, Serta has always been front and center of mattress innovation.

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It is a very far-reaching company that sells products in more than 150 countries worldwide. And, now that the company has teamed up with Simmons to form Serta Simmons Bedding LLC, it looks like the future is bright for this company, excluding its bankruptcy issue in 2023 of course!

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