The decision is made to relocate to the small Swedish West coast town of Falkenberg where they build a new factory. Tomas and Anders Mattson, representing the fifth generation, have been getting increasingly involved in the business and together they take over the management of Mattsons family business. Having been running around the factory since childhood, they are both very familiar with the ins and outs of the family business.
The choice of moving the company to Falkenberg was made for several reasons with its strategic advantages in focus. The seaside town’s geographical position, with easy access to several harbours, motorways and railroads were a clear advantage for expanding the business. The production of high quality beds and mattresses is the main focus for Mattsons, as well as a constant search for even better materials, methods and presentations, always without compromising the quality that has grown to be Mattsons trademark. Traditional craftsmanship and building furniture and beds by hand, are things that both Anders and Tomas value highly and a key part of what Mattsons represent; the very best quality; the very best quality possible something that has been a motto of the Mattsons family since Isak Mattson started the first sawmill back in 1851.