The Matthew Comfort Co., which was established in 1987 in Changhua County, central Taiwan, focuses primarily on manufacturing metal furniture products such as wire display racks, sheet-metal CD racks, magazine racks, garbage bins, and the like. The company is accredited with ISO9001:2000 certification as well as the U.S. NSF certification.
Under the leadership of president Yang Hsin-cheng, the company has diversified the materials used in its products to encompass aluminum alloy, stainless steel, and plastics, and has expanded its product line to include adjustable tables, display systems, wavy wire racks, household kitchen carts, stainless-steel medical handcarts, and food display handcarts, to name just a small selection.
Together with a discerning choice for high-quality materials, the company’s engineering team combines stringent quality control with painstaking care to safeguard the entire development and production process from R&D, tooling production, CNC pressing, spot welding, carbon dioxide welding, and surface power coating to quality inspection, assembly, packing, and shipping.
Guided by its president’s pursuit of constant quality refinement, Matthew Comfort is renowned for its metal-furniture R&D capability. Its research department continues to carry out new product design and development, production process improvement, and respect for intellectual property through several proprietary patent listings from Japan, Germany, the U.S., the United Kingdom, and France.
The company reports that it has expanded its export markets to over 20 countries, mainly Japan, the U.S., and the European Union. It currently operates an 82,800-square-foot plant, where it is planning to streamline its output in sync with such industrialized areas as the U.S., Europe, and Japan.