Custom Office Furniture In New Zealand


Need Something A Little Different?

Custom Office Furniture is a significant part of Commercial Traders’ everyday business, working with manufacturers in Auckland that can handle anything from 1 - 100 items or more. While custom furniture sounds expensive, in most cases it can produce savings if you look at the bigger picture.  Alternatively, it can provide you with something unique to your business that can help you stand out from the crowd or increase productivity. 

For example, when you already have an office full of furniture that is no longer available or was custom to start with, then custom furniture can allow you to add extra desks or storage to match. You can save a lot of expense by having a few items custom made, rather than scrapping everything and starting again. Commercial Traders carry all the melteca and bestwood samples in store so it is easy to find something the same or similar. They can work from photos or pop out for a measure up if you are in the Auckland area.

Every business is different and when you combine that with 1000's of different building types, you are bound to come across a situation that requires a custom approach. Commercial Traders have heaps of experience with odd length/height desks, odd length meeting tables, custom height tables for sorting, and custom filing or storage options to increase productivity or reduce workplace injury.

Custom Office Furniture work primarily with laminate board (melteca and bestwood) and steel for table frames etc, offering a huge number of colour and sizing options. They can also provide timber veneer solutions for a more executive look. For partitions and seating they work with all the main fabric suppiers, including Cloth, Textilia and Woven Image, and currently have the core Textilia range in store for viewing. 

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Mark Redshaw
Sales Straordinario at Commercial Traders Office Furniture.


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