Details® is great at what the name suggests: details. The Slatwall system is the perfect addition to any workspace when space is limited. Using a ridged design, the wall can be used at the edge of your desk against a wall or as a mini partition. All Slatwall accessories will help you conserve as much space as possible by keeping your area neat and organized. This binder holder will keep those piles off of your desk so you can use your space for more important things. Need space? You need a Slatwall!
Mounts tall for most materials or short for large binders
Holds up to 10 lbs
Slatwall tile NOT included
Choose from three color choices
Please Note: Total dimension of worktools specified should not exceed Slatwall dimensions
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Steelcase began in 1912 as The Metal Office Furniture Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan. They received their first patent in 1914 for a steel wastebasket -- a major innovation at a time when straw wastebaskets were a major office fire hazard. That led to metal desks, and they've led the way with product and service innovations ever since. Today, their portfolio of solutions address the three core elements of an office environment: interior architecture, furniture and technology.
Steelcase was founded by people with a strong commitment to integrity and doing the right thing for their customers, employees, business partners, associates and neighbors. Their principles became the foundation of their company, passed on from decade to decade. "Living our core values is essential to our identity, reputation and success today, just as it was in the past."