Factory and telephone exchange workers sitting on Evertaut vintage chairs

History

Evertaut has over 80 years’ experience in the seating market, having been established in the 1930’s as a manufacturer of industrial furniture for factories and offices. With cutting edge designs and quality workmanship, Evertaut earned a reputation as specialists in seating and became a market leader, supplying a wide range of well-known institutions such as the GPO and London Airport.Evertaut Vintage Industrial Chair

Vintage Evertaut seating in an office environmentOver the years Evertaut has continued to produce excellent, durable furniture and remained a market leader in the design and manufacture of office seating, supplying blue chip companies including Pfizer, LG Phillips, Laing O’Rourke, Marks & Spencer, Rolls Royce, BAe Systems, and the Ministry of Defence.

Early in the new millennium Evertaut expanded into the auditorium and public area seating
market and also began manufacturing seating for cinemas, theatres and auditoria, along with education and healthcare establishments. Longstanding relationships blossomed with leading retailers, financial and sporting institutions, large industrial corporations, and many Local Authority and Government bodies.

Evertaut's Aspire Conference seating with flip-up writing tabletsAt Evertaut today we actively seek to bring added value products to our customers and regularly work with designers and Evertaut's 5105 office chair in bluearchitects to achieve this. In addition to our standard range of seating solutions we can tailor our products to meet customers’ requirements, or design and manufacture bespoke products to your exact specifications.

Continual investment in plant, people and product design has resulted in continued success and underpins our position as specialists in seating with a long-term future in seating manufacture.

Evertaut's Olympian stadium seating in dark blue vinyl

Evertaut's Aspire Lecture Theatre seatingBespoke swivel chairs and banquet seating from Evertaut

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