PURCHASING a chair from Chairmakers is like having a suit fitted by a tailor.
Chairmakers' Shirley Sweeney uses 20 years of rehabilitation experience to match an individual worker's height, weight, job tasks and perhaps individual requirement with the right chair. If none of the 40 or more chairs in Chairmakers' standard range are suitable, the Safety In Action and Materials & Manual Handling exhibitor simply makes one to order.
At the 21 to 23 March trade show, Chairmakers will fit chairs for visitors and demonstrate its latest release, a weight activated automated locking castor. The castors are ideal for people who need stability while seated with all the convenience of a mobile chair, such as those working with delicate or technical projects and the disabled.
Almost all of the chairs, standard and custom, are manufactured in Chairmakers' Melbourne plant, which is generally able to supply orders in just over a week at competitive prices. Chairmakers also reupholster, replace gas lifts and do onsite repairs to all brands of chairs at a fraction of replacement cost.
Have a Chairmakers fitting or ask about corporate seating at stand F16, Safety In Action and Materials & Manual Handling, from Monday 21 to Wednesday 23 March 2005 at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre. For more information or to register online, visit www.safetyinaction.net.au, phone Australian Exhibitions & Conferences on (03) 9654 7773 or email email@example.com