Arconas deal expands airport product offerings

To further its position as a single source for airport and transportation furniture solutions, Arconas, which specialises in seating for airports and passenger terminals, has announced a new distribution agreement with Studio TK, a premium contract furniture company.

“Arconas recognises that our airport and transportation clients are looking for more options in casual and lounge furniture,”said Pablo Reich, Arconas’ executive vice president, underlining his company’s commitment to the global aviation and transportation markets.

Bringing [our airport clients] the full range of Studio TK products is a natural fit for us to complement our tandem seating range, as well as our other collections of benches, waste and recycling products, and modular counters.

Pablo Reich, Arconas’ executive vice president

Arconas has already completed over 350 airport installations worldwide and caters to small, medium and large hubs. It is the official seating standard for major carriers at US airports including Southwest Airlines and American Airlines and its seating solutions are installed at various hubs serving low-fare and regional carriers including Dallas Fort Worth, Denver, Los Angeles, Toronto Pearson and São Paulo airports.

Studio TK, which launched in 2016 and manufactures all its products in North Carolina in the US, has fast garnered a reputation for creating beautiful lounge and comfortable seating of its own design, as well as others under license from European brands.

Commenting on the partnership with Arconas, Charlie Bell, Studio TK’s president said: “We collaborate with leading product designers throughout the world to develop soft seating and tables for social environments. This new association with Arconas will provide an unmatched range of solutions for airports, cruise terminals, and other transportation clients.”

Written by: Chloe Greenbank

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