Mississauga, Ontario―April 17, 2019―ergoCentric, a company with an established reputation for manufacturing high quality, ergonomic seating systems, has been selected as an official Approved Vendor for New York State (#PC68323).
The company, whose products are able to accommodate virtually 100% of the workforce, has been providing ergonomic seating for a range of tasks and environments for over 29 years.
“We are very pleased to have been selected as an Approved Vendor by New York State,” said Terry Cassaday, owner and founder of ergoCentric Seating Systems. “Having been awarded this contract speaks to the fact that New York State views ergonomic seating as critical to ensuring long-term comfort, health, and productivity for its workforce.”
Approved products include:
- tCentric Hybrid
- 3-in-1 Sit Stand
- ecoCentric Mesh
- eCentric Executive HD
- Ultimate Medical Stool
- Aloe Guest
Reputed to meet the highest and most ergonomic office standards, ergoCentric has made a name for itself by designing products that help to improve employee health and productivity, while also offering a tremendous aesthetic appeal. ergoCentric holds many patents and patents-pending for ergonomic task seating.
For more information, please contact Sarah Miller at 647-335-4000 or via email at [email protected].
About ergoCentric Seating Systems
ergoCentric Seating Systems was founded in 1990 specifically to manufacturer ergonomic seating. Since then, the ergoCentric team has been continuously improving its seating systems and is dedicated to designing and manufacturing the best ergonomic seating in the world. Its build-to-order manufacturing system and always-in-stock inventory of components allows ergoCentric to fit virtually 100% of the workforce quickly and cost effectively. The company’s product line includes the tCentric Hybrid and airCentric high-performance task seating series, as well as upCentric height adjustable tables and ergonomic accessories. ergoCentric holds over 20 patents and patents pending. For more information, please visit ergocentric.com.