Winsted and Concept Seating Partner on Ergonomic Solutions for 24/7 Environments

Winsted and Concept Seating will provide wholistic, ergonomic solutions to support professionals in continuous use workspaces.

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Minneapolis, Minn.-based Winsted announced a new partnership with Wisconsin-based company Concept Seating. Together, Winsted and Concept Seating are working to equip control room operators worldwide with durable and ergonomic consoles, workstations and chairs for 24/7 environments. Through their partnership, the companies will provide a total solution for continuous use workspaces. Winsted is, of course, a global company for configurable control room consoles and furniture.

“Winsted engineers control rooms where design, function, detail and comfort work together harmoniously to create the best in situational awareness,” remarks Tracy Crocker, Winsted CEO. “Alongside Concept Seating, Winsted is working to provide a complete solution for control room operators that works to minimize fatigue and maximize performance.”

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According to a statement, the companies built proper control rooms with their users in mind and will ensure that components, such as consoles and chairs, are engineered to support those who depend on them. A furniture system developed with intelligent ergonomics can become an extension of an operator’s body and mind. It can also clear a path to productivity, says Winsted.

“Concept Seating is thrilled and excited to be partnering with Winsted,” adds Joel Vento, Concept Seating VP of sales & marketing. “Our long lasting, high performing seating provides superior comfort and critical ergonomic support to professionals in demanding environments.”

Whether it is a state-of-the-art command center from the ground up or simply an upgrade to existing setups, Winsted and Concept Seating stresses that they can create the ideal solution for the space.