When cardboard does the hard yards in the office
November 27th, 2007
Krooom’s new range of contemporary cardboard accessories is not only good for the environment, but also easy to assemble and inexpensive.
Inspired by the mantra “recycle and reuse”, Krooom’s technical team developed corrugated cardboard to be used in the manufacture of office accessories, which are flat-packed and assembled with no tools required.
A paper organiser and magazine rack is currently available in Australia in a range of stylish and colourful designs, which are finished in a high gloss, waterproof laminate. More products will be available soon.
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