Holland, MI – November 27, 2012 – The U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance, a leading national government purchasing cooperative, today announced a multi-year new contract with Haworth, Inc., a global leader in the design and manufacturing of office furniture and organic workspaces. The agreement will provide state, local, and municipal agencies, nonprofit organizations, and schools with access to Haworth office furniture and organic workspace solutions at competitively bid pricing through December 2016 with four – one year renewals options through December 2020.
“Haworth is pleased to strengthen its long-standing relationship with U.S. Communities,” said Phil Todd of Haworth. “Our network of more than 250 preferred dealers throughout North America is committed to providing best-in-class customer service.”
In addition to competitive product discounts, U.S. Communities participants will have access to reconfiguration and relocation services, design/layout, planning, installation, project management, financing options and workplace consulting.
“We are happy to continue to offer Haworth’s integrated office solutions to U.S. Communities participants,” said Chris Robb of U.S. Communities. “Their sustainable product offering and workspace design expertise provide participants with lasting value.”
For more information and FAQs regarding Haworth’s U.S. Communities contract visit http://www.uscommunities.org/haworth/.
Haworth, Inc. is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of office furniture and Organic Workspaces®, including raised access floors, moveable walls, systems furniture, seating, storage and wood casegoods. Family-owned and privately held, Haworth is headquartered in Holland, Michigan and serves markets in more than 120 countries through a global network of 600 dealers. The company had net sales of US $1.38 billion in 2011. www.haworth.com
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