Initiative Among Ergo Manufacturer’s Biggest for 2007
New York — Humanscale, the premier designer and manufacturer of high-performance tools for the workplace, announces the launch of its hospitality division, which will give the growing hospitality market the opportunity to treat valued guests to the exceptional comfort and health benefits of ergonomically designed products.
Known for innovative and award-winning seating, monitor arms, lighting, keyboard supports, and other workplace tools, Humanscale aims to improve the health, efficiency and quality of life for both hospitality employees and guests. By partnering with Humanscale, forward-thinking hotels and conference centers can set themselves apart with innovative tools and seating designed for intuitive, healthy use and exceptional comfort.
Fred Steckhahn has joined Humanscale as Director of Lighting and Hospitality. Fred brings 15 years’ industry experience to Humanscale, serving previously as President of Niermann Weeks, Vice President of KnollStudio, and President of Larsen Textiles. More than a dozen of Humanscale’s standout sales representatives throughout the United States and Canada have also been tapped to manage hospitality accounts in their respective markets.
In addition to offering a superior selection of ergonomic solutions, Humanscale is committed to environmental sustainability through its use of recycled and recyclable materials, and design and engineering advances requiring fewer materials and manufacturing processes than comparable products. Additionally, Humanscale solutions can contribute to the achievement of a number of credits in the LEED Green Building Rating System®.
For more information on Humanscale, visit www.humanscale.com or call 800-400-0625.
Humanscale is the premier designer and manufacturer of ergonomic products that improve the health and comfort of work life. Achieving more with less, Humanscale’s product designs have been honored with more than 140 prestigious awards since 2007 and featured in various museums such as The Museum of Modern Art.