Our exposition at the Orgatec Fair

16. 9. 2022

This will be our ninth time at Orgatec, the trade fair focused on the modern world of work.

Our exposition, totalling 352m², will present many interesting new products created in collaboration with important designers, such as Orlandini Design, Martin Ballendat and Andreas Krob. Apart from that, you can look forward to our perennials, such as the FLEXI and MELODY series and the TRIVI chair, which won the Red Dot Design Award this year.

The event takes place at Koelnmesse, Cologne,  on 25th–29th October and our exposition (C060) will be situated in Hall 8.1.
If you want to get more information about our new products or about any other products in our portfolio, please, arrange a meeting with our sales representative, who will be happy to help. 

We are looking forward to seeing you at Orgatec! 

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