Sims Superior Seating | Booth Seating

ABOUT SIMS

Charles and Kathryn Sims

Charles and Kathryn Sims

A Bit of SIMS History. 

“We wondered if the world would beat a path to our door if we made a better restaurant booth. It did. And we wondered if we located the plant in our hometown whether people could find it. They did. And we wondered if we could find the people to help make the business a continuing success. We did.” – Charles Sims

In 1977 Sims Superior Seating rented a cotton warehouse and continued a family tradition of building restaurant furniture of unrivaled quality. Our management staff has over 150 years of booth making experience.  Just as Kathy Sims’ father was the first genuine manufacturer of booth seating in Georgia, Charles Sims started his business 30 years later employing many of those trusted folks to celebrate a booth making tradition.

  • Since 1947 Sims Superior Seating has been able to claim a legacy of a booth making tradition.
  • Today, Sims Superior Seating  manufactures a sinuous wire spring seat that is second to none in the industry.
  • Our service to customers has given us the reputation for superior quality and durability.
  • We currently serve over 20 different regional and national chains.
Welcome to the Sims Superior Seating Factory Building

In 2005 the factory relocated to a newly designed 60,000 sq. ft. building in Locust Grove, GA. Sims is debt free and the Sims family is dedicated to maintaining its family ownership for many years to come with commitment to and by its family’s second generation.

Craftsmanship in Production

SIMS Superior Seating has been manufacturing high quality furniture to meet the diversified needs of the hospitality industry since 1977. Our goal is to provide the best value and unmatched quality over time. In fact, durability is an essential requirement which is often ignored in mass-produced furniture. We strive to hold down cost and raise our quality standards to the utmost.

While other manufacturers find ways to take things out of their products to hold down the unit cost, this will not happen with SIMS if it could negatively impact the structural integrity and comfort of the furniture.

We look forward to learning about your upcoming project and working with you on the exact customization needs that your work demands.

Sincerely,
Charles and Kathryn Sims