22 Feb '11, 10pm

Maximising 'Deskspace': Wilsin also works closely with IE Singapore, SPRING Singapore and the Singapore Furnitur...

SINGAPORE - Wilsin Office Furniture says its newly-launched "Deskspace" solution can help companies save money by helping them re-use 70 per cent of its components. "Deskspace", its new product line, features interchangeable and adjustable frames, poles, legs and beams to maximise office space. For the past three years, the company has made a turnover of S$8 million every year and with the launch of "Deskspace" it expects at least 20 per cent growth in its turnover. Wilsin started in 1989 doing renovation work such as kitchen cabinets for HDB and private apartments. Wilsin founder and managing director Cindee Sim (picture, right) said an initial S$200,000 was put into the business to kick-start a modest manufacturing set up. They produced kitchen cabinets and made some office tables on a per order basis. It took two years before she recouped the investment and, by that tim...

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