Dams has launched its new Furniture Guide 2020 - 432 pages packed with over 9,500 stocked products and over 1,500 made-to-order items, which make up the biggest portfolio of office furniture products in the UK.
New additions to the product range for 2020 include extensions to the Maestro 25 and Contract 25 desk ranges, returns for Adapt bench desks, complemented with new accessories such as modesty panels and monitor arms, plus desktop and floor screens. Power ready tables are available from stock to help transform boardrooms and meeting rooms with integrated power and data, and wooden storage has also been extended to include Duo two-tone storage and pedestal options, Contract 25 storage, single door tambour cupboards and wooden planters.
Chris Scott, Dams Managing Director said, “contemporary office environments call for stylish design in every aspect of their specification and the Dams furniture collection in our new 2020 catalogue offers all the good looks and aesthetic choices to satisfy the latest trends and the most enduring designs, with innovative content, product specifications, inspirational new product photography and stunning location shots.”
Tegan is a new seating family for 2020 and Dams has extended its Altino, Jota, Senza and Santana families with additional options and bench seating. The stocked seating range has also been enhanced for 2020 with new mesh back task and operator chairs including Sway, Travis, Arcade and Altino coloured mesh seating which allows users to enjoy the modern design without compromising on good ergonomic support.
Chris added, "we’re delighted that over 87 per cent of products in our new catalogue are made in the UK using the latest manufacturing technology. All our product images are available to download as individual images or grouped together in a convenient zip file from the dams.com website. The Dams product data, including images, product features and marketing content, is also available via Fusion Data. Please contact our marketing team at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.”