A leader in the production and supply of office storage solutions, we take a closer look at Statewide’s offerings.
May 21st, 2013
Since 1968, Statewide Office Furniture have been making offices more spacious, adaptable and efficient all the while being visually stunning.
The Australian, family-owned manufacturer of steel storage systems brings a bold yet classic aesthetic to a familiar office furniture archetype. Through the variety of finishes and options offered, the Statewide collection proves itself flexible.
Across each colour option comes a vast selection of storage products such as lockers, cupboards, tambour door cupboards, mobile caddies and planter boxes.
All products can be customised to suit their application, which in the constantly evolving workplace becomes more and more necessary.
As one of the only remaining Australian manufacturers of vertical filing cabinets their business model is based around selling at a wholesale price point, providing quality and great looking products for the design community.
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