Supporting office furniture manufacturing for over 40 years.
It begins with design and engineering. It continues with the manufacturing of components. Apex began this journey in 1977 with the production of our first springs for a major West Michigan office furniture manufacturer. After that, in the decades that followed, we have continued to build strong relationships with top office manufacturers and their suppliers. Because of this, are proud that still today, we are able to continue helping them find the best solutions.
Apex has worked on a wide variety of furniture projects including:
- Wall Systems (free-standing + floor to ceiling)
- Seating Chair Controls, Adjustable Arms
- Shelving Units
- Drawer Slides
- Unique Fastening Systems for Panel and Seating Products
- Work Surfaces
- Mobile Pedestals
- Trim Clips
- Leveler Brackets
- Attachment Brackets
- Seating Backrests Components
- Seating Lumbar Components
- Chair Control Sub-Assembly
Apex works hard to achieve a high level of trust.
Whether it’s helping our customers quickly redesign their product, or delivering it on-time as promised, we work hard every day to earn trust. Ultimately, it’s about working together to find the right solution. Furthermore, this means we get to help our customers lead the world in office furniture solutions. But above all, we deeply value these relationships. And we appreciate those who trust us enough to continue our partnership.
Apex produces the following parts for today’s office furniture:
- Wire forms
- 4-slide / Multi-slide
- Plastic Molded Sub-Assembly
- Extruded Sub-Assembly
This is the Apex difference.
We share this story of success in office furniture manufacturing because we are committed to provide the same level of service, and invest in relationship, with all of our customers. In addition, when you partner with Apex we are always committed to providing consistent quality, long lasting capabilities, and the best value. In short, we’d love to help you too!
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This post has been updated. It was originally published on February 21, 2021