Steelcase has overcome the obstacle of time with its fast Australia Stock Program. It now delivers its collection – including all your favourites – straight to your doorstep in as little as five days.
August 29th, 2022
With the change in the workplace, Australia has seen a rise in demand for office furniture: a demand that’s often met with delay after delay. With its new Australia Stock Program, Steelcase aims to take that issue and exceed expectations.
A trusted name in workplace design, Steelcase redefines the modern workplace with a broad range of furniture and technology solutions. To meet growing demand, its program brings its products and logistical support hyper-local. All your Steelcase favourites – from the Steelcase Series 1 Chair to the Steelcase Flex Mobile Power kit – are now stocked locally and can be browsed here.
Fast and reliable, Steelcase’s Australia Stock Program offers delivery in as little as five business days. It effectively circumnavigates the delays expected with typical product delivery and has taken the innovative step to do its best for all businesses, big and small.
This means that the entirety of Steelcase’s chairs is readily available for transport. This includes Leap, with its mastery of aesthetics; Think – the smart, simple and sustainable solution; and Gesture, a promise of exceeding performance for all people and businesses.
The Australia Stock Program also brings On the QT to your office. And as a pod that changes privacy in the office into luxury, it’s a staple Steelcase product ready for distribution.
Classics now available on demand include the Steelcase Flex Mobile Power. The portable power kit complements the moving workspace in a futuristic style. And with a size adaptable to any workplace, having this product on call and available in five days is the ultimate in service and convenience.
And just like that, in as little as five business days, a quicker evolution in the office is now a possibility.
Steelcase Australia Stock Program
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