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NORWAY PINES FOR RAILEX

19 December 2008


It is always a refreshing situation when a notable British manufacturer such as Railex Systems gains a major export order – especially to a high standard country like Norway – and this has recently been the case for the innovative and elegant DesignLine range of filing and storage cabinets.

Through their local dealer, Railex were introduced to two of the largest law firms in Oslo, namely Selmer and Hjort, who for different reasons – respectively new premises and refurbishing the existing interior – chose DesignLine for the combination of the modern tasteful design in special RAL 9010 Pure White, the versatility of contents and the strong and safe construction. With such discerning clients, it was a tangible credit to Railex that their products were selected and not least because by all accounts there was nothing to compare in Europe with the specification. By way of specific background, The tasteful Selmer premises for example overlook the harbour, and they were especially impressed with the shallow footprint and clean lines of DesignLine and the fact that they were easily blended in to both open plan and cellular offices even to the extent of nestling them around pillars. The cabinets are all fitted with three drawers and are of the same dimensions – 977mm high x 800mm wide x 450mm deep, and can accommodate suspended and shelf-based filing systems.

The Railex export team attended and advised at every stage of the project, through product guidance and selection , space planning and installation.

It is always a refreshing situation when a notable British manufacturer such as Railex Systems gains a major export order – especially to a high standard country like Norway – and this has recently been the case for the innovative and elegant DesignLine range of filing and storage cabinets.

Through their local dealer, Railex were introduced to two of the largest law firms in Oslo, namely Selmer and Hjort, who for different reasons – respectively new premises and refurbishing the existing interior – chose DesignLine for the combination of the modern tasteful design in special RAL 9010 Pure White, the versatility of contents and the strong and safe construction. With such discerning clients, it was a tangible credit to Railex that their products were selected and not least because by all accounts there was nothing to compare in Europe with the specification. By way of specific background, The tasteful Selmer premises for example overlook the harbour, and they were especially impressed with the shallow footprint and clean lines of DesignLine and the fact that they were easily blended in to both open plan and cellular offices even to the extent of nestling them around pillars. The cabinets are all fitted with three drawers and are of the same dimensions – 977mm high x 800mm wide x 450mm deep, and can accommodate suspended and shelf-based filing systems.

The Railex export team attended and advised at every stage of the project, through product guidance and selection , space planning and installation.


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