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CSM Workspace Storage

CSM puts storage on a pedestal.

CSM Workspace Storage


May 1st, 2010

CSM has introduced two new workplace storage products.

The revolutionary Bite Personal Storage Pedestal is designed for the popular bench-style work station – it wraps around work surfaces and provides multiple storage options and a privacy screen to separate office domains.

Fully mobile, Bite can be moved when not in use leaving desks clear allowing for shared work areas.

Each unit has two lockable areas, is available in assorted colours and has inclusions such as a mailbox, pencil tray and two or three-file drawer option while the magnetic privacy screens are supplied in either whiteboard or corkboard.

Alternatively, the Tower Personal Storage Pedestal, designed for more conventional office workstations, sits at work surface end and offers many storage choices for lateral or drawer filing and lever arch files.

An inner storage module caters for extra storage capacity while the unit also provides a degree of privacy.

Tower is available in three heights and a variety of configurations, one of which includes an accessory ladder.

Both Bite and Tower complement CSM’s Mobiletti range and feature strong European styling as a result of the company’s international alliance with leading United Kingdom-based storage manufacturer Bisely.

CSM products are available Australia-wide and through dealers in Dubai and the Middle East.

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