Currency Tall Mobile Cart with Lateral Drawer
The Currency Mobile Cart is where organization meets controlled chaois. The lateral bottom drawer provides ample room for storing your more organized paperwork, both legal and letter sized, while the open top shelves are open for you to actually use throughout the day. It's a win-win! Also, each Currency piece perfectly fits with the rest of the collection to round out your complete office or home office.
- Stores legal files side to side, or letter files front to back
- Optional lock provides added security
- Casters makes this piece easy to move as needed.
Adaptable Workspace for Every Office: Versatile and durable, Currency offers a range of cost-effective, laminate workstation solutions for all types of offices. With a broad statement of line, it provides workers with choice and control while bringing the natural appearance and warmth of wood into the workplace.
Personalizing Space and Customizing Storage: Workwall offers the ability to personalize offices by allowing workers to define individual and collaborative workspaces, and create privacy without boundaries. With open and closed storage options, versatile styling, and quality construction, Currency adapts to a variety of needs and complements both traditional and modern work environments.
Adapts to Any Environment: Versatile and durable, Currency offers a range of cost-effective, laminate workstation solutions for all types of offices. With a broad statement of line, it provides workers choice and control while bringing the natural appearance and warmth of wood into the workplace.
At its heart, sustainability at Steelcase is about people. It’s about creating and supporting the economic, environmental and social conditions that allow people and communities to reach their full potential.
Research and insights direct our path. It’s not only about creating goods, it’s about creating good. It’s not only about creating value, it’s about living our values. It’s not just about reducing our footprint, it’s about expanding our reach. It’s about creating lasting and meaningful change to enable the long-term wellbeing of current and future generations.
Innovative products and solutions result. In the development of our products, we work to consider each stage of the life cycle: from materials extraction, production, transport, use and reuse, until the end of its life. We demonstrate performance through third-party verified certifications and voluntary product declarations.
Steelcase’s sustainability promises, actions, and results are communicated in an annual Corporate Sustainability Report.
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Steelcase leads the way in creating great experiences by offering a range of architecture, furniture and technology products and services designed to help people reach their full potential.
Our comprehensive portfolio is anchored by three core brands: Steelcase, Coalesse and Turnstone. Together with our partners, we design spaces to help people work, learn and heal.
And because protecting the environment is in our DNA, we drive sustainable social, economic and environmental change through our decisions and actions. At Steelcase, we don’t just do what’s right, we do what’s best - for people and for the planet.
Established in 1912 as the Metal Office Furniture Company, our first patent for a metal wastebasket meant safety for office workers. In crowded cities where fires spread quickly, replacing wicker with steel was a lifesaving innovation.
Founders Peter M. Wege, Walter D. Idema and David D. Hunting built the business in Grand Rapids, Michigan - a city then known as “The Furniture City” because of its many wood furniture manufacturers.
By 1919 the company began to establish its dealer network, making desks, cabinets and other products available nationwide. Officially known as Steelcase Inc. beginning in 1954, the company grew globally and executed the largest single shipment in the industry in 1973, providing over 400 truckloads of furniture for Chicago’s Sears Tower. Steelcase became publicly traded in 1998.
We’ve been looking forward since the beginning. From our early years to 21st-century breakthroughs, Steelcase turns insights into innovations and pushes limits to transform and reimagine the workplace.