UCI are teaming up with Lamex to bring this leading commercial furniture manufacturer to Australia.
November 2nd, 2011
UCI marks another step in its growth and expansion with a partnership with Lamex, an industry leader in complete office fitouts in Hong Kong and the Greater Asia Pacific region.
With their focus on good design, innovation and durability, Lamex is a standout addition to UCI’s range. Part of HNI, the second largest commercial furniture manufacturer in the world, Lamex manufactures products that are beautiful, functional and sustainable.
Lamex workstations, seating, tables and storage are designed for the most demanding applications.
The partnership between UCI and Lamex has a strong focus on customer service and meeting the needs of the most demanding commercial requirements, through value and quality products.
Discover the exciting Lamex range at UCI across Australia – in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart and Ulverstone.
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