Sunpan reports ‘busiest market in company history’

HIGH POINT — Global furniture brand, Sunpan is celebrating the success of its busiest market in company history at the recently concluded spring show in High Point, North Carolina.

The company said its showroom at Showplace 1200 witnessed significant foot traffic during the Spring High Point Market and noted that “increased attendance and a higher volume of orders signaled strong buyer intent and a confidence in the brand that comes on the back of the company’s newly opened U.S. warehouse in Houston, Texas.”  

Throughout the five-day event, Sunpan said its customers showed interest in its recently introduced sculptural lighting forms, and the “warm tones of its latest launches” in sofas, beds, lounge chairs and bar and counter stools. “The enthusiasm towards these new introductions and the higher order intake reflects Sunpan’s ability to consistently deliver on-trend designs that resonate with buyer preferences,” the company noted.  

Sunpan’s team seen at its showroom at Showplace 1200 during the April High Point Market. 

“It is immensely gratifying to see the growth of our brand over the last few years,” said Sundeep Bagga, president and chief executive officer of Sunpan. “Our persistent focus on offering high quality designs at an approachable price point coupled with top-tier customer experiences continues to deliver results.” 

The show also witnessed an uptick in orders of contract-viable designs that are ideal for commercial environments. Contract products continue to be a strong growth driver for the business.

Following the success of High Point Market, the company showed at the HD Expo in Las Vegas from April 30 to May 2 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. Sunpan said will continue to exhibit at several shows through the remainder of this year including the summer Las Vegas Market, the October High Point Market, and BDNY in New York City. 

As business continues to evolve, Sunpan added that it remains “committed to its growth plans for 2024.” The company is adding new warehousing space and building a state-of-the-art photography studio at its headquarters in Toronto, Canada. It is also investing in new resources and is expanding its product, marketing, supply chain, accounting, and warehousing teams. 

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