Dundee 1983, the office furniture manufacturer Samuel Bruce was formed. The heritage of the Samuel Bruce factory was the manufacture of bespoke, fitted Oil Rig cabin furniture including bunk beds, wardrobes, lockers and cabinets. This was Long before office furniture was produced. The company transformed from the manufacture of wooden furniture and panel ended desks to a designer and manufacturer of contemporary modern office furniture using metal frames, sophisticated cable management systems and cool shaped worktops in white and grey. Today most desking systems are height adjustable and sit-stand workstations are part of most installations.
Early 2011 the company had gone into receivership and was bought by the leading Scottish commercial interiors company Amos Beech who wanted to shorten the supply chain for office furniture for their clientele.
Samuel Bruce today
Today Samuel Bruce is brought back to just the core brand as it was in it’s hey days. A developer of innovative custom made furniture solutions. The development is done at Amos Beech in Falkirk, the production is outsourced to leading British and German engineering companies. After years of little attention for marketing and brand development Samuel Bruce is back with a new website and will be further developed from now on.
Worktable desking and benching is an elegant solution that takes value engineering to a new level without compromising on build quality or structural stability. Available with fixed or sliding worksurfaces and a cable management facility that effortlessly accommodates even the most demanding IT requirements, Worktable delivers a functional solution in real style.
The range of desking systems comprise the following products:
Samuel Bruce tomorrow
With the rebranding exercise underway, productdevelopment will follow and Samuel Bruce will be on it’s way again to become one of the UK’s leading office furniture brands.
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