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FURNITURE & INT ERIORS


BROKEN BLINDS T: 02086717706 E: info@brokenblinds.co.uk W: www.brokenblinds.co.uk


CENTURY OFFICE Unit 4 Brunel Way, Severalls Industrial Park, Colchester, Essex CO4 9QX


T: 08000 929301 E: sales@century-office.co.uk W: www.century-office.co.uk


Broken Blinds is a Decoshade powered company and institution in search for an optimal solution for blinds maintenance and management.


Our team provides all blinds related services, from blinds maintenance, blinds repairs, blinds ultrasonic cleaning to electric operated blinds and complex projects in a professional conduit, with specialized equipment and trained personal.


From our sales person to on site technicians, our friendly and helpful staff delivers great customer service, the most cost effective solutions, no matter if you need our ultrasonic cleaning process, blinds repairs or just a simple routine check you will be pleased to have chosen our services.


Century Office are a leading UK office and contract furniture supplier, with over 40 years’ experience in the industry. They provide cost-efficient workplace solutions and offer a tailored approach for architects, interior designers & facility managers for small offices to large corporations as well as educational facilities.


Please visit the Century Office website at www.century-office.co.uk or telephone 08000 929301 for more information. Century Office offers a complete service from survey and design through to supply and installation.


KI T: 020 7404 7441 E: info@kieurope.com W: www.kieurope.com


SARACEN INTERIORS T: 0870 743 0925 E: enquiries@saraceninteriors.com W: www.saraceninteriors.com


KI’s furniture helps the world’s leading organisations create happy, healthy, high performing working and learning environments for their people. Bringing together good design, advanced engineering and sustainable resources, KI’s products are durable, flexible and offer excellent value. Founded in 1941, KI (Krueger International, Inc.), has grown to become one of the world’s largest and most respected furniture manufacturing


groups. KI’s EMEA headquarters


showroom in Central London is supported by an established network of manufacturing facilities and distribution partners across the UK, Europe and the Middle East.


and


Leading workplace consultant, Saracen Interiors provides through the line services for its commercial clients, from space planning and design to fit out and refurbishment, and from the sourcing and manufacturing of furnishings to facilities management and office relocation. With its four expert divisions - Saracen Interiors, Saracen Facilities, Saracen Small Works and Saracen Move Management - the company stands as the archetypal ‘one-stop shop’.


Demonstrating a track record in improving workplace efficiency and corporate standing, with its tailor-made, cost-effective solutions, Saracen has a strong reputation for outstanding business relationships. Its experienced and highly-professional, hand-picked supply chain helps the team to deliver to the highest standard, on time and within budget, which accounts for the 80 per cent repeat business rate that the company currently enjoys.


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