Indiana Furniture has achieved the Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Association’s (BIFMA) level 2 certification for all casegoods, tables and seating products. This accomplishment is testament to Indiana Furniture’s commitment to produce furniture using sustainable practices while sourcing responsible materials and defining end of lifecycle measures which are less harmful to the environment.
Indiana Furniture is pleased to reveal Gesso, the veneer version of its highly successful laminate casegoods, Canvas. Like its predecessor, Gesso offers forward-thinking modular flexibility and light scaling to create comfortable, appealing work settings. This product is for people who like the aesthetic and environmental attributes of Canvas but desire the richness of wood veneer. The two product lines work well together, making it possible to combine them in the same office environment without compromising the overall design of the space.
Indiana Furniture has been awarded Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) Chain-of-Custody(CoC) Certification, by GFA Consulting Group, an independent third-party accredited by the FSC to certify companies to their international standards. The certification (certificate number GFA-COC-002183; license code FSC-C110951) provides a guarantee about the acquisition and use of raw wood materials in the production of FSC certified products.
Jasper, IN, April 4, 2012 — Jasper Mayor Terry Seitz, along with state and local officials, joined representatives of Indiana Furniture, on Wednesday, April 4, 2012, to celebrate the groundbreaking for their new 30,000 square foot expansion to their existing Plywood facility, which includes state-of-the-art equipment. The company is investing more than $6 million in 2012 and hopes to have the facility operational by the end of the year.
Indiana Furniture, a leader in the contract office furniture market, has been chosen to be in a national ad campaign by Aflac, the number one provider of supplemental insurance in the United States. The print and online ads spotlight businesses around the country that have chosen to add Aflac insurance coverage to their employee benefits package.
Indiana Furniture, a leading employer in Dubois County, Indiana will expand one of its Jasper plants, investing more than $6 million in 2012 and adding 10 jobs over the course of the next four years. Currently, the company employs 287 full-time employees in Indiana. The 30,000 square-foot addition to one of its existing manufacturing facilities is slated to be operational by the end of 2012.
This past month, in partnership with students from the Savannah College of Art and Design Atlanta Campus, the Georgia Chapter of th International Interior Design Association completed the first face-lift in more than 20 years for the Zaban Couples Center in Atlanta, Georgia. A grand opening was held on October 6, 2011 to showcase the completion of Phase 1 of Zaban’s redign.
Indiana Furniture, a leader in the contract office furniture market, has contributed an estimated 300 pieces of furniture from its Jasper, Indiana manufacturing facilities to Jasper’s Habitat for Humanity. Habitat’s housing program uses an innovative model that relies on both donations from the community and “sweat equity” from the families who are selected as housing recipients.
Indiana Furniture has received level™ certification from Intertek. This significant milestone indicates that 100 percent of Indiana’s product volume is now BIFMA level™ certified. All casegoods are certified at level™ 2 and all seating products are level™ 1.
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