UCI provides innovative solutions for the work environment.
November 21st, 2008
With a focus on leading edge manufacturing facilites and high standard office fit-out solutions, the company brings together creative commercial interiors with innovation, inspiration and quality. For UCI, design is imperative to the future of the workplace environment and the companyís locally produced designs ensure that high demand is met with high integrity. The company’s international alliances allow access to the most highly regarded global design and technology worldwide with showrooms in all states across Australia.
Task, loose, system and hospitality furniture.
UCI, Okamura, Alea, Casala.
Commercial and hospitality.
UCI has always viewed sustainability as a high priority, is a member of the Green Building Council and was a founding member of the Australian Research Council ’Sustainable Office Furniture’ project. UCI’s Priority Green Policy and Program was introduced with the goal to eliminate the negative environmental impact of its products and services.
GE Finance, Australia wide; NAB, Australia wide; Department of Education and Workplace Relations, Australia wide and Nissan dealerships, Australia wide.
A key priority for UCI is supply chain excellence. The majority of UCI’s products are Australian made, providing the flexibility, speed and suitability to meet and exceed their clients’ expectations. A key initiative for UCI is the development and research into workplace culture. This has led to an interest in the development of products with high ergonomic benefits, which support idea and knowledge creation.
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