About Us
  • For more than 90 years, American Textile Company has focused on bedding that helps you sleep and live better.

    For more than 90 years, American Textile Company has focused on bedding that helps you sleep and live better.

  • Our innovative fabrics and technologies address needs from allergy to temperature regulation, key barriers to great sleep for millions of people.

    Our innovative fabrics and technologies address needs from allergy to temperature regulation, key barriers to great sleep for millions of people.

Nothing is quite as satisfying as the feeling of waking up completely refreshed, ready to tackle the day ahead of you. But for millions of people, allergies, temperature, and other challenges prevent a good night’s sleep

For more than 90 years, American Textile Company has focused on bedding that helps you sleep and live better. Our pillows, mattress pads, protectors, blankets, sheets and comforters are on millions of beds across North America and the globe.

American Textile’s innovative fabrics and technologies address needs from allergy to temperature regulation. AllerEase® allergen barrier bedding uses specially engineered fabrics and designs to block allergens from collecting in your mattress, pillow, and other bedding. These allergens can trigger allergy and asthma symptoms, and experts agree that allergen barrier bedding is a critical step in helping to reduce symptoms.

Our other leading brands include Sealy® and Tempur-Pedic® bedding, as well as many well-known store brands. You can purchase our products in over 40,000 stores around the country as well as online from nearly any retailer who sells bedding.

American Textile Company is headquartered just outside Pittsburgh in Duquesne, Pennsylvania, and has additional US operations in Georgia, Texas, and Utah, as well as global operations in El Salvador and China.

Our History
  • 1925

    1925

    American Textile Company is established in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    1930

    1930

    The first product was a mattress cover sold to Sears & Roebuck

    1939

    1939

    Charles Ruttenberg, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania patents the ironing board cover

    1950

    1950

    American Textile Company expands operations, moving the corporate office to Lawrenceville, PA

    1959

    1959

    American Textile Company manufactures American flags after Hawaii and Alaska join the Union

    1964

    1964

    Reid Ruttenberg, following in the footsteps of his father, Charles Ruttenberg, is named CEO of American Textile Company

    1966

    1966

    American Textile Company exhibits new merchandise at a manufacturing convention in Pennsylvania

    1976

    1976

    Jack Ouellette (future CEO of American Textile Company) joins the team
  • 1985

    1985

    American Textile Company celebrates 60 years of doing business with Sears, Roebuck and Co.

    1988

    1988

    American Textile Company earns their first ever Target Vendor of Excellence Award; many Target Vendor awards would follow

    1991

    1991

    American Textile Company opens its first showroom in New York City

    1992

    1992

    Jack Ouellette is named President of American Textile Company; Reid Ruttenberg assumes Chairman position

    1994

    1994

    American Textile Company expands internationally opening a manufacturing plant in El Salvador

    1995

    1995

    American Textile Company launches the first allergen barrier bedding brand, AllerEase

    1996

    1996

    AllerEase makes its debut at the Textile Market in New York City

    1997

    1997

    3M Personal Care & Related Products Division and American Textile Company partner to create mattress encasements

    2000

    2000

    American Textile Company celebrates 75 years of business! Local Pittsburgh American Pop Artist, Burton Morris, is commissioned to create a painting for the celebration
  • 2003

    2003

    Due to rapid growth, American Textile Company moves corporate headquarters to Duquesne, Pennsylvania

    2006

    2006

    American Textile Company cuts the ribbon on its $9.2 million expansion to house the company’s growing sleep pillow manufacturing operation in Duquesne

    2007

    2007

    American Textile Company expands manufacturing operations with new facility located in Salt Lake City, Utah

    2008

    2008

    American Textile Company expands manufacturing operations with new facility located in Dallas, Texas

    2011

    2011

    American Textile Company expands manufacturing operations with new facility located in Tifton, Georgia

    2012

    2012

    American Textile Company opens Shanghai Trading Company in China

    2012

    2012

    American Textile Company signs Sealy trademark licensing agreement

    2013

    2013

    Lance Ruttenberg, following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, is named CEO. Blake Ruttenberg (brother) is named Executive Vice President

    2015

    2015

    American Textile Company launches AmeriFill, contract manufacturing division

    2015

    2015

    American Textile Company celebrats 20th anniversary of their El Salvador manufacturing facility

    2017

    2017

    American Textile Company expands Tifton, GA operation, doubling warehouse and manufacturing capabilities

    2017

    2017

    American Textile Company signs Tempur-Pedic trademark licensing agreement

    2017

    2017

    American Textile Company launches Hospitality division

AmeriFill
  • A Turn-KeyManufacturing Partner

    A Turn-Key
    Manufacturing Partner

AmeriFill is the contract manufacturing division of American Textile Company. Drawing on over 90 years of experience and a world-class infrastructure, AmeriFill delivers innovative, flexible, turn-key manufacturing solutions to customers in a wide range of industries.

Whether you are looking to fill pet beds, bed pillows, body pillows, decorative pillows, backrests, stuffed toys or other filled articles, AmeriFill is ready to service your branded and private label manufacturing, sourcing, and distribution needs.

Every customer is managed by dedicated leaders with the experience to ensure your program is successful. With expertise in value engineering, quality control, customer service, scheduling and cost management, we have the resources to help you deliver.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

AmeriFill has a full-range of filling capabilities, including garnett, blow fill, and shredded foam. Our team can help you bring new programs to life, or improve the design and manufacturability of existing programs.
Sourcing

Sourcing

With operations in the US, Asia, and Central America, our customers experience the benefits of true global scale. Our efficiency and flexible supply chain offers cost-effective solutions for your project.

Distribution

Distribution

We offer decades of experience shipping to retailers from four freight-efficient distribution points. This network shortens lead-times and minimizes freight cost.

Customer Service

Customer Service

We provide turn-key customer management, full EDI technology integration, and dedicated customer service. We are fully C-TPAT compliant with robust quality assurance protocols.

  • Our Manufacturing And Distribution Footprint

    Our Manufacturing And Distribution Footprint

    Strategic placement covers 93% of the US population
    within 600 miles of an AmeriFill facility
Our Partners Products Are Sold In Leading Retailers, Including:
Contact Us

RIDC Riverplace
RIDC Riverplace
10 North Linden Street
Duquesne, PA 15110

1 (800) 289-2826
Mon–Fri, 8:00 am–4:30 pm ET