To say Versteel knows the contract industry from the inside out may be a little bit of an understatement. As a purveyor (and later as a manufacturer) of metal components, literally the nuts and bolts of the business, its parent company served local furniture makers from its home base in Jasper, Indiana, for more than forty years. By the time Ditto Sales finally turned to furniture production of its own as Versteel, customer service was not just a value-addition flourish but the essential bedrock of the company’s focus. The flexibility and attention to detail honed as a supplier translated beautifully to Versteel’s first lines of metal-base tables, introduced in the mid-1980s. Its Companion chair and other lines with many clever features soon followed as the company expanded its vision as an outfitter of cafeterias, corporate dining rooms, conference facilities and universities. If your dining, meeting or waiting facility needs a customized touch, Versteel’s offerings are both elegant and versatile. The company’s in-house design team has grown its lines in collaboration with top designers Lucci and Orlandini, David R. Gugtsell and Michael Shields. The increased emphasis on design has helped to fuel Versteel’s expansion of its production facilities. These are geared to enable the company to expertly meet customer’s tightest specifications as well as implement some of the industry’s strictest environmental standards, which has earned them Level 2 certification.
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