Artco-Bell Corporation's manufacturing process is formed by the belief that well-designed classroom furniture can enhance a child's ability to learn. This philosophy underlies the companyís position as a leader in the educational furniture market. Artco-Bell designs new products with the needs of the student in mind, then utilizes the latest manufacturing technology to produce furniture that brings results to the classroom. The company has been located in Temple, Texas, since 1962.
Key product groups include seating products, student desks, combination chair desk, activity tables, computer tables, teacher's desks and vertical files.
LSI Corporation of America manufactures the laminate casework most often specified by architects in America. Its success rests on a commitment to listening to their customers, creating innovative solutions that meet their needs and refining their products through continual client feedback. LSIís products are used throughout the educational, healthcare, industrial and government markets. The company has been located in Minneapolis, Minn., since 1968, manufacturing and installing case goods that make their customerís environment more productive.
Midwest Folding Products manufactures high quality, durable furniture for the education and hospitality markets. With a strong focus on safety, the company constructs resilient products that are known for their flexibility of use within different settings. Midwest has been located in Chicago, Ill. since 1947, where it focuses on consistent product innovation to meet the changing needs of the end user.
Key product groups include, mobile cafeteria tables with attached seating, folding tables, table and chair caddies, multi-level table and chair storage and handling systems, portable stages and risers.