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New warehouse for young office furniture entrepreneur

By Paperstone on May 21, 2007 in Office Furniture

A young office furniture entrepreneur in the US has moved the location of his company’s operations, taking over the majority of a 327,000 square-foot Atlanta facility from Herman Miller.

Sean Belnick is barely 20-years-old, yet he already provides office supplies to clients including Harvard, Yale, the Pentagon and hit US talent show American Idol.

Now the US entrepreneur is moving his office furniture firm into major new premises, taking on 225,000 square-foot in the process.

"We’re taking over the space to increase our office space and warehouse capacity," said Mr Belnick. "It’s an attractive corporate campus environment that will allow us ample room to grow, both in the warehouse and in the new offices."

"We now plan to import desks, conference tables and computer furniture among other things. With this additional warehouse space, our possibilities for growth are almost endless. We have a bright future ahead of us."

The company began by selling office chairs, before eventually importing its own chairs from China.

It now sells over 25,000 office supplies products, which are mostly office furniture, and was listed as number 438 on INC Magazine’s list of the Top 500 Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies in the US.

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