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Stacks of benefits with these new chairs

08-03-2011
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A Plus Plastics has launched a new heavy duty Stacking Chair that is ideal for a multitude of markets.

Manufactured from a thick UV resistant PP, these chairs have a greater impact resistance than comparable products.

The chair has a generous seat base, which can be safely stacked six to eight units high.

The frame is manufactured from a high-quality steel and finished in a black powdercoat.

A Plus Plastics can supply the chairs in custom colors for small minimum purchases.

For ease of storage and transportation, 20 chairs can easily stack per pallet, supplied assembled.

These Australian made chairs come with a 12-month warranty – at very competitive prices.

A Plus Plastics P/L
Ph: 02 9603 2088
www.aplusplastics.com.au

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