Morbern is North America’s leading designer and manufacturer of decorative vinyl upholstery for the contract, health care, hospitality, automotive, trucking, transportation and marine markets. The vertically integrated, ISO 9001:2015 certified company creates innovative vinyls that meet the challenges of the design and engineering communities, balancing performance, durability and style.
Established in 1956, Morbern has more than 50 years of expertise in coated fabrics. Headquartered in Cornwall, Ontario, with U.S. offices in High Point, North Carolina, it operates or partners with nine manufacturing and distribution centers across the continent.
Since 1956, Morbern has been creating breakthroughs in the performance fabric industry including the first faux leather with a luxury hand and one of the first custom printed vinyl collections. Read more >>
At Morbern, we have a commitment to the future: Protect and preserve our children’s tomorrows while meeting our clients’ needs today. Read more >>
It takes more than incredible products to make a great company. Morbern complements their manufacturing capability with world class research, design and support services.
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With custom product capabilities, hundreds of emboss options, and exclusive custom printing technology, Morbern’s diverse product line covers a full range of upholstery applications. Read more >>
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“Morbern’s digital printing capabilities create crisp designs not achievable with other printing methods”
“Having no additives is extremely important. Right now it is just California but it’s definitely going to cross the nation.”
“In coated fabrics, Morbern was our first supplier to provide an FR-free PVC.”
“I wish I could tell the world about all the superior benefits of vinyl upholstery.”