Who manufactures Husqvarna sewing machines?
VSM Group AB (Viking Sewing Machines), previously named Husqvarna Sewing Machines is a company based in Huskvarna, Sweden. Founded in 1872, the company is best known for “smart” (computerized) sewing machines and sergers under the brands Husqvarna Viking and Pfaff.
Who owns Husqvarna sewing?
SVP Worldwide is an American private company that designs, manufactures, and distributes consumer sewing machines and accessories around the world under three brands: Singer, Husqvarna Viking, and Pfaff.
Are Husqvarna sewing machines still made?
Today, Husqvarna Viking® is a worldwide organization that still designs high-quality sewing machines in Sweden and markets our products to passionate sewers all across the globe.
Does Singer own Husqvarna Viking?
The Viking Sewing Gallery is owned and operated by SVP Worldwide, the world’s largest sewing machine manufacturer, selling the brands of Singer, Husqvarna Viking and Pfaff.
Are Husqvarna sewing machines made in China?
Husqvarna Viking is one of the leading manufacturers of high-tech electronic and computerized sewing machines. The sewing machines are developed and manufactured in Sweden.
Where is the Husqvarna sewing machine made?
All of the above brand names are now under one corporation: SVP Worldwide. Their customer service response is that most of their machines are made in China.
Who bought out Singer sewing machines?
Platinum Equity bought a controlling stake in Singer sewing machines. Beverly Hills-based Platinum Equity has agreed to buy a controlling stake in the manufacturer of Singer sewing machines, and the private equity firm plans other tuck-in acquisitions.
Did Husqvarna buy Viking?
You probably recognize the Husqvarna Viking brand name today as an indication of high-end, quality sewing machines. While the brand does continue to design and sell new models today, the company is now owned by SVP Worldwide, which also owns Singer.