Infy trainees to sleep well

2020/06/12
Bangalore: Infosys is probably the company that many tech people dream.
Now, it is trying to take a step forward to provide good sleep and sweet dreams for thousands of students across the country.
The company recently placed an order with a purchase of 10,000 high.
Training facilities in Mysore as well as other staff accommodation facilities in Bangalore, Chennai, Pune and other cities and end spring mattresses in hotels.
Sobha Developers, the real estate company that built the campus for Infosys, will produce these mattresses on a new set of mattresses
At the mattress factory in pommassadra.
The mattress brand is Sobha Restoplus, made of imported spring wire, fabric and cotton.
The price is within the range of Rs 8,000-
15,000 depending on the size and type of spring used.
Today\'s spring mattress is the latest product for sleep comfort, and chiropractors and orthopaedic doctors recommend avoiding back disease.
Sobha Developers have imported factories and machinery from Leggett & Platt, USA
A leading manufacturer based in Sphul, Switzerland, Damask fabrics and spring fitters in Belgium.
Raghav Menon, Deputy President (retail)
The Sobha developer said, \"when someone else uses the coconut shell as an insulator, the user can feel the cotton on our mattress.
With coir, we will not compromise on quality.
Sometimes coconut shells can become breeding grounds for bacteria.
The company is currently in talks with five other big IT companies in the country.
Currently SpringWell and Kurl
Another player, King Koil, made spring mattresses in the country and imported spring mattresses from the Middle East.
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