Runcorn-based commercial furniture specialists Isomi is offering products such as freestanding screens, desk dividers and desktop screens to meet new demand
Liverpool city region commercial furniture specialists Isomi, has launched a range of products to help offices comply with social distancing restrictions.
The Wellness Screen collection includes freestanding screens, desk dividers and desktop screens. Each piece in the collection is produced in solid surface – a non-porous material with a smooth, seamless finish – with inset glass.
The Runcorn-based company was set up in 2011 and is run by Nick Welsh, Jenny Welsh and Mike Davies who between them bring 55 years of experience in the industry.
Mr Welsh said: “We work with clients across a range of sectors including corporate and healthcare and many are starting to think about how their staff will be able to return to the office in the future.
“Our customers have asked us to design and supply high spec screens suitable for offices and reception areas to protect staff and visitors.
“As well as our UK customers we have customers in the USA including a New York hospital which has asked us to design and develop screens for its waiting areas. They have many properties throughout New York and already use Isomi desks as standard.
“We believe this is a significant area of growth for us and have received lots of interest in our Wellness Screen range from both new and existing customers.”
In 2018 Isomi received investment from NPIF – FW Capital Debt Finance, managed by FW Capital and part of the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund (NPIF) to help them move into a new factory and fit out the premises.
FW Capital portfolio executive Siobhan Jones said: “Many office spaces are open plan and businesses will be thinking about how they can bring their employees safely back in to the workplace.
“Isomi is renowned for its design-led approach and a lot of thought has gone into making the new range look good visually whilst at the same time ensuring maximum protection. The directors are very experienced with a good mix of skills and I am confident that the business will continue to thrive even during the economically challenging months ahead.”