Large things always start small. Moshe Schwartz didn't know that his little mattress workshop in Jaffa of 1948 would turn into the largest furniture group in Israel.
When his son, Abraham, joined the business in 1956 he purchased new manufacturing machines, increased sales and distribution and coined the name AMINACH (My People Rest).
In 1965, AMINACH moved into producing technologically advanced spring mattresses, beds and bedroom furniture and has since then been the largest manufacturer and distributor of furniture in Israel.
The dynamic production and distribution center includes five different plants:
a. Wood furniture plant
b. Metal furniture plant
c. Foam – rubber plant
d. Mattress plant
e. Assembly and upholstery plant.
Each utilizes state – of – the – art machinery and technologies to produce highest quality sleep and bedroom furniture products in Israel.
Also in the complex are the R&D and engineering facilities, the Aminach Medical Institute for Sleep Research, the product design facilities and the customer service center.
An advanced computer system links all 43 Aminach's 4 different retail chains to the center, for a speedy order processing and quick delivery.
The Aminach Center chain caters the more demanding customers with the best of Aminach's products among which are brand names such as the Israeli made "Optima" and "King Koil" and the American "Serta" mattresses, the "Swissflex" adjustable bed, the "Innovation" beds and futons from Denmark, and of course, Aminach's best selling "Sapapa" children and youth line of beds.
The Good Night chain target the mid level market segment and the bargain and "Sales" hunters.
The American Comfort chain specializes in imported recliners and living room sets .
Independent Aminach retailers: several hundred retailers throughout Israel carry the Aminach products and are directly linked to our production and distribution center.
These four chain stores along with the several hundred independent Aminach retailers make up the largest furniture sales and distribution force in Israel.
Meticulously planning its growth for the new millennium, the Aminach Group purchased Cardo, the Hungarian furniture company, and transformed it into a leading manufacturer of sleep solutions in Hungary.