Krost Business Furniture has been servicing the Australian office furniture market since 1987, and its highly regarded office furniture catalogue has followed and reflected the company’s progress.
March 7th, 2011
Over 20 editions, the catalogue shows Krost’s flexibility in achieving its goal of providing high quality product to Australian businesses, at a business-minded price.
The 2011 edition, recently released, is a go-to guide for all types of office furniture for commercial projects, from workstations to executive offices, breakout rooms and boardrooms or conference rooms.
This is Krost’s first catalogue as a fully certified ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 company, and the shift towards more sustainable product lines is evident.
Many of the ranges featured in the catalogue are exclusive to Krost and designed in-house.
160 pages of comprehensive, carefully selected product at your fingertips. Click here to request your copy of the 2011 Krost Business Furniture today.
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