Lee & Plumpton launches new Active range

British office furniture manufacturer, Lee & Plumpton has added to its portfolio the new Active range. Offering multi-purpose mobile storage and seating solutions, Active is designed to support the need for a flexible and adaptable workplace environment. 

Lee & Plumpton has launched its new Active range of multi-functional personal storage and seating solutions
Lee & Plumpton has launched its new Active range of multi-functional personal storage and seating solutions

Available as a three-drawer unit as well as open or sliding-door cupboard versions, Active can be positioned under a desk or around the office and is available with a seat pad for impromptu meetings.

Designed and manufactured at Lee & Plumpton’s manufacturing site in Norfolk, the new range is designed to withstand the wear and tear from everyday use. The 65mm hard wheel braked castors, for example, are rated for 50kg each. 

Other additions to the portfolio include enhancements to the established Signature system storage range. These include a choice of recycling units offering customers the ability to separate waste streams within the workspace floorplan. The Grow planter, which sits neatly on a Signature 800mm or 1000mm two-door cupboard, is a space divider and prevents the common problem of clutter on cupboard tops. An optional liner is available to maximise the proven benefits of biophilia.

Andrew Lee, Managing Director at Lee & Plumpton said, “We are committed to our focus on offering quality products that combine robust manufacturing with stylish design and practicality. We were originally established in 1974 and I am proud that we remain a family-owned, independent, British manufacturer driven by our core values to offer the best value solutions.”

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