We Started It All
In 1927, then named Philippine Bed Factory was established by Santos Chua Haw Ko. Recognizing the increasing demand for affordable high quality mattresses, they seized the opportunity and thus had risen from humble origins to immense growth and success. In 1968, the company was renamed to Philippine Bed and Furniture Manufacturing Corporation, followed by the patenting and launch of Ambassador Bed as the brand name of its beds.
Along the way, an office and a factory was first built in Rizal alongside a showroom. The company’s growth led them to relocate to Balintawak to accommodate the demand. In turn, after garnering more awards and adopting innovative business models, the office and factory moved to Valenzuela where it currently stands. To this day, Ambassador Bed aims to be the leading brand of quality mattresses and bed accessories for both retail and institutional markets in the Philippines.
Putting You First
Ambassador Bed is proud to be one of the first to introduce and manufacture Orthopedic Spring Mattresses locally in the Philippines. Using cutting-edge technology and premium-quality materials, Ambassador Bed aims for their orthopedic mattresses to provide maximum support, even weight distribution, correct spinal alignment, and healthy posture - recommended for people who sleep with pain, are in active recovery from injury, seniors, and athletes. Ambassador Bed provides varying comfort and support layers to suit every person's needs.
Ambassador Bed launched a health-awareness campaign involving Ultra Care, a permanent fabric treatment that has built-in protection against bacteria, yeast and fungal growth. Another first in the Philippines’ bedding business introduced by us pursuant to our commitment to providing quality service.
Putting Others First
Ambassador Bed is giving back to its loyal patrons through a “Commitment Certificate” as part of its social responsibility awareness program. Upon delivery of the new set, the customer has the option to donate their old set. Thus, our manufacturer will repair them for free and donate them to any charitable institutions under the name of the former owners. Some of our previous donations were to Hospicio de San Jose, RAYOMAR Outreach Foundation, GMA Kapuso Foundation, Wish Ko Lang of GMA-7 and Bantay Bata 163 of ABS-CBN, Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise De Marillac, and more.