New Ergonomic Workstation Literature Is A Guide For Industrial Productivity

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Production Basics has created a comprehesive 68-page guide to workstations, ergonomic accessories and productivity in the factory, lab and warehouse.

Production Basics, designer and manufacturer of ergonomic workstations for the industrial environment, is offering a new corporate brochure and Product Specifier.

The full-color brochure, Workstations That Inspire Productivity, outlines the best applications and markets for Production Basics workbenches. It includes several photos to help end-users visualize the best industrial furniture for their application.

The Product Specifier is a 68-page guide for integrating workstations into an industrial facility. It includes a complete representation of Production Basics’ workbenches and accessories in an easy-to-navigate format. The Specifier also includes two helpful sections that guide end-users toward the workstation design that is right for them. “Typical Configurations” provides footprints of workstation layouts and “Application Specific Workstations” are complete workstation set-ups segmented by industry.

“Our customers are busy people with long daily to-do lists. Taking time to specify a modular workbench can be time consuming and frustrating,” says Erica Rice, Marketing Director for Production Basics. “We wanted to create a resource guide for manufacturing, warehouse and lab managers that would make it easy to choose the technical furniture that they need.”

Copies of the brochure and Product Specifier are available by calling 800.318.2770 or send requests via

About Production Basics

Since 1995, Production Basics has designed and manufactured workstations that inspire productivity. The Company combines clean lines, basic materials and solid components to form sturdy, modular products. Headquarted in Watertown, Massachusetts, Production Basics provides economical workspace solutions for the electronics assembly, laboratory and material handling industries. For more information, visit

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