The new ABW range from CSM offers a versatile range of fixed and mobile storage solutions
January 15th, 2013
CSM‘s new Activity Based Workplace (ABW) products perform doubly as space saving storage solutions, while also providing attractive, customisable personal areas for the individual – an oft-overlooked necessity for workplace satisfaction in clean desk environments.
Lockers by CSM
The new range includes lockers in steel or laminate that can act as anything from bright and colourful workplace features or, contrariwise, blend seamlessly into the background.
In addition to colour and configuration, locking and numbering can be also be customised. The lockers can function neatly with swipe cards, and inbuilt mail slots can ensure the workspace remains free of paper mess and clutter.
Designed especially with clear desk policies in mind, the new range also includes mobile units. The Bite is a neat personal storage unit that becomes completely unobtrusive by fitting around existing workstations.
Bite Storage Units
In addition to drawers and shelves and a secure compartment, its upper section folds out to reveal an easily accessible storage space perfect for items of constant use, like stationery, while the lid itself becomes a screen that can be specified as a whiteboard or bulletin.
Bite Storage Unit
There are also more minimalistic mobile options. The Mobiletti and Motus Caddies are larger and simpler than the Bite, and so can also serve as workplace anchor points.
They have both closed and open aspects – secure compartments but also open shelves – and like all CSM’s new ABW products, they ensure that every morning employees can work with a clear mind in an environment that is clutter free but personable.
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