Commercial Services and Supplies
Company Overview of ABCO Office Furniture, Inc.
ABCO Office Furniture, Inc. provides workstations/desking, tables, educational workstations, seating, and office panels for corporate, institutional, and educational applications. It offers conference, activity, training, and multipurpose tables, as well as stack seating, folding tables, and folding chairs. The company focuses on modular and computer furniture. It also offers space planning assistance services. The company was founded in 1990 and is based in Florence, Alabama. ABCO Office Furniture, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of JSJ Furniture Corporation.
4121 Rushton Street
Florence, AL 35630
Founded in 1990
Key Executives for ABCO Office Furniture, Inc.
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