Turnover down but bed profits spring up

Profits at Kayfoam Woolfson, one of the country's largest foam and bed manufacturers, have jumped by more than 265 per cent to €2.7 million, despite a dip in turnover.

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Ian Kehoe

26th March, 2005

Profits at Kayfoam Woolfson, one of the country's largest foam and bed manufacturers, have jumped by more than 265 per cent to €2.7 million, despite a dip in turnover.

The firm is one of the largest bed suppliers to hotels and guesthouses throughout Ireland, and owns a number of bed and mattress brands, including King Koil, Odearest and Kaymed.

The company, which is incorporated as WL Woolfson Holdings, had sales of €29.14 million for the year...

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