To mark its 50th anniversary as a leading global seating manufacturer, Zoeftig has created a new brochure that gives readers an exclusive insight into its five decades of success, including standout achievements and key product developments.
Available to download here, the literature recognises the impressive milestone by outlining Zoeftig’s accomplishments, starting from the company’s creation in 1969, right through to the launch of its latest seating solution for the aviation sector, Contact.
Building on 50 years of extensive experience, Zoeftig offers a comprehensive range of seating solutions, configurations, finishes and power options to successfully meet the needs of modern passengers. Each project is bespoke, with Zoeftig’s team of experts working closely with each client to create a premium and individual offering, from the initial design stage right through to installation and aftersales care.
With five strategically located satellite offices across the globe, Zoeftig is entirely unique in its global-local approach, with each team experienced in creating tailored designs that are reflective of the continent’s cultures and values.
The brochure includes a range of standout case studies that showcase the complete range of Zoeftig solutions, from the installation of its inFINITE seating solutions in Soekarno – Hatta International Airport in Indonesia, to the recent completion of its Landscape seating solutions installed in the Port of Barcelona, Spain.
Paul Williams, CEO of Zoeftig, said: “We are extremely proud to celebrate our 50th year in business and our new anniversary brochure is testament to the hard work and dedication of our entire team across the globe.
“Providing the very highest standard of bespoke seating solutions has always been at the heart of the business, with our research and development team committed to continuously designing and manufacturing innovative solutions that supersede each clients’ expectations. I look forward to the next 50 years for Zoeftig as we continue to drive the business forwards.”