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Winsted partners with Concept Seating for better ergonomics

Winsted operates on the notion that every day office furniture and equipment should be engineered for productivity.


May 4, 2022
By SP&T Staff

Winsted has announced a new partnership with Concept Seating to help improve the ergonomics of around-the-clock work environments.

Under this new partnership, the companies will work to equip control room operators around the world with durable and ergonomic consoles, workstations, and chairs for workplaces with staff operating businesses 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

“Winsted engineers control rooms where design, function, detail, and comfort work together harmoniously to create the best in situational awareness,” said Tracy Crocker, Winsted CEO in a statement.

“Alongside Concept Seating, Winsted is working to provide a complete solution for control room operators that works to minimize fatigue and maximize performance.”

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Winsted operates on the notion that every day office furniture and equipment should be engineered for productivity, which means they must function as extensions of the operator’s body to enable focus and smooth workflow.

“Concept Seating is thrilled and excited to be partnering with Winsted,” said Joel Vento, Concept Seating vice president of sales & marketing in a statement.

“Our long lasting, high performing seating provides superior comfort and critical ergonomic support to professionals in demanding environments.”