BioFit News

May 15, 2009

BioFit Engineered Products, an Ohio-based manufacturer and long-standing leader in the development of ergonomic seating solutions, announced that its full line of seating products recently earned compliance under the indoor air quality requirements set forth by Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturer’s Association (BIFMA) Furniture Emissions Standards. Subsequently, specifiers of any BioFit seating product for use in commercial interiors are now eligible to receive credits under the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.

BioFit voluntarily submitted sample seating to Berkeley Analytical Associates in Richmond, California, for objective, third-party testing of volatile organic compound emission levels. The evaluation was conducted in accordance with certification requirements per the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/BIFMA protocol M7.1-2007, Mid-size Chamber Test. Product emissions during the 168-hour test period were measured to determine the levels of potential pollutants. In addition to total VOCs, measurements included emissions of other select, harmful compounds including a variety of aldehydes. At the end of the evaluation, it was determined that BioFit seating successfully met the ANSI/BIFMA requirements, and by doing so was also rated compliant under the requirements of LEED CI EQ Credit 4.5, Low Emitting Material, Systems Furniture and Seating, Option C.

According to BioFit President Ed Metzger, meeting the ANSI/BIFMA and LEED standards is the latest in a substantial list of green accomplishments for BioFit. “We’ve long considered ourselves an industry standard-bearer when it comes to environmental stewardship,” Metzger explained. “Walking the walk by voluntarily undergoing and passing the rigorous ANSI/BIFMA air quality evaluation was one of the goals we set for this year. While we’re pleased this benchmark will allow our new and existing customers to get credits under LEED, even more importantly, we’re proud in the knowledge that end users will not be put at risk from indoor air pollutants generated from our products.” Of note, all BioFit table lines earned GREENGUARD indoor air quality and Children and Schools certifications earlier this year, making them LEED-compliant as well.

For more information on ANSI/BIFMA Standard M7.1-2007, visit www.bifma.org.



May 11, 2009

BioFit Engineered Products, an Ohio-based manufacturer and long-standing leader in the development of ergonomic seating solutions worldwide, announced today that Rusty Benschoter has been elevated to the position of National Sales and Marketing Manager. In this role, Mr. Benschoter will lead BioFit’s U.S. and Canadian sales initiatives – including the reinvigoration of present markets and cultivation of new industry channels for the company’s task-specific and multipurpose product offerings.

Mr. Benschoter came to BioFit in 2005 from the Eaton Corporation, where he was a regional sales manager. Since joining BioFit, he has served as the Central U.S. and Eastern Canada Regional Sales Supervisor, heading sales in a territory encompassing a number Midwestern and southern states as well as the provinces of Ontario and Quebec. Over the past four years, he has been instrumental in the successful launch of several new products and the explosive growth of the company’s folding mobile table division.

“When planning our search for a new National Sales and Marketing Manager, we determined the key prerequisite for our choice would be someone who set the standard for BioFit’s corporate values of integrity, excellence, respect and innovation from day one,” stated Ed Metzger, President of BioFit. “As it turned out, we had to look no further than our own backyard. Rusty Benschoter embodies all these values plus, brings big-corporation process and drive to an already outstanding field sales force. With a burning desire for success and sustainable steady growth, Rusty is set to deliver added value and character to the BioFit family and our customers.”

Mr. Benschoter replaces the semi-retiring Max Church as BioFit’s national sales manager. With over 35-years experience in the seating industry, Mr. Church has been with BioFit since its establishment in 1993, and for nearly 20 years with two other seating companies. In serving as national sales manager for the past 16 years, Mr. Church has played an integral role in shepherding the one-time furniture startup to its current form as a 100+ employee, $20-million globally recognized specialty seating provider. He will remain on staff part-time, assisting with Mr. Benschoter’s transition, participating in sales calls on an ad hoc basis, and overseeing lead qualification and state contract sales.

Headquartered in Bowling Green, Ohio, BioFit Engineered Products is an industry-leading manufacturer of LEED® certified ergonomic seating, GREENGUARD certified tables, carts, and specialty products for healthcare, laboratory, office, industrial, educational, bio- and high-tech, hospitality, and custom environments. To learn more about BioFit, visit www.biofit.com, call 800-597-0246 or email biofit@biofit.com.



May 08, 2009

Unique 1Y Stool Connects with Convention, Travel and Hospitality Markets

BioFit Engineered Products, an Ohio-based manufacturer and long-standing leader in the development of ergonomic seating solutions, is providing hotels, convention centers and airports with an option to traditional business-center seating with its wall-mountable, swing-arm 1Y stool. Available in a variety of configurations, the unusual yet functional 1Y gives travelers more ergonomic comfort and support while conducting business on the road. Plus, the stylish design and durability of the stool offer an edgy and cost-effective choice compared to outdated carrels and counters. Based on preliminary customer feedback and the results of utilization studies, the 1Y appears to be ideal for this critical role in the hospitality marketplace.

Building on a commitment to helping customers get the most from their budgets by manufacturing “the right chair for the job,” BioFit is providing architects, designers and facility specifiers with a new seating option for business centers – its wall-mountable, swing arm 1Y stool. BioFit Director of Marketing Liz Sworden explained, “When you get right down to it, our chairs are an integral workspace tool which can play a big part in the success – or failure – of user job performance. As technology and the way people conduct business continually evolves, we strive to develop products to keep in step with their needs. By placing the 1Y in business centers, we give road warriors a comfortable yet ergonomically correct seat to help keep them alert and performing at the top of their game while they conduct rapid snippets of business, whether it be the first call off the flight to close a deal or participation in an on-line meeting from the trade show floor.” Sworden continued: “The small footprint, ergonomic characteristics and unique design features of the 1Y make it perfect for use in this capacity. With space being at such a premium in hotels, airport concourses, and exposition halls, an ergonomically correct chair that uses minimal floor space when in use -- and none when it’s not -- is a logical choice. Plus, since the chair is mounted directly to the station or adjacent wall, it is always there when it’s needed.”

The flexible BioFit 1Y features a swiveling base with a pivoting arm that can be securely mounted to any stable vertical surface, allowing it to swing out of the way while not in use and stay put while it is. The 1Y was designed to serve in a variety of environments where space constraints are a primary consideration, ranging from hospitals and training sites to assembly lines and deli counters. Some of the more innovative uses of the 1Y include installation as computer station seating in an underwater research laboratory operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and in the sleeper cab of a truck. The 1Y is available in many chair and stool configurations, comes in a wide range of upholstery options, and is backed by an industry-leading 13-year warranty.

“We are currently engineering a self-retraction component for the 1Y so it will automatically return to its “stored” position when not in use,” Sworden added. “We think it’s just another step we can take to increase safety by eliminating a potential aisle-way hazard while saving users or facility staff the extra motion of sliding a chair under a work surface.” She concluded by stating this feature would be available later in 2009.

BioFit provides seating for a variety of work settings to customers worldwide and furnishes 1Y swing-arm stools to such prominent facilities as the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, which installed 1Y stools exclusively in its new iCove business centers. To learn more about the 1Y and the full line of seating solutions from BioFit Engineered Products, contact Liz Sworden of BioFit Engineered Products at 800.597.0246 or visit www.biofit.com to get a quote.

Headquartered in Bowling Green, Ohio, BioFit Engineered Products is an industry-leading manufacturer of LEED® certified ergonomic seating, GREENGUARD certified tables, carts, and specialty products for hospitality, healthcare, laboratory, office, industrial, educational, bio- and high-tech, and custom environments. To learn more about BioFit, visit www.biofit.com, call 800-597-0246 or email biofit@biofit.com.



March 17, 2009

Ergonomic manufacturer now provides even more worker-friendly and value-added solutions

Bowling Green, OH, March 17, 2009 – BioFit Engineered Products, an Ohio-based manufacturer and long-standing leader in the development of ergonomic seating, is arming the laboratory marketplace with additional products and resources to combat repetitive motion disorders and maintain a financial advantage in spite of today’s grim economic forecast. To kickoff 2009, the company followed-up its recent ArmorSeat™ roll out with a one-piece polyshell line of chairs called the KX Series, and launched a new lab-specific micro site, biofitlaboratory.com. Coupled with the ArmorSeat, the KX Series bolsters BioFit’s line of specialty seating and provides specifiers with a pair of durable, cost-effective options to traditional non-upholstered laboratory chairs. And, biofitlaboratory.com allows users to easily match the right product to a particular need in addition to linking to BioFit’s Build Your Own Chair online configurator.

The new products and website are part of BioFit’s commitment to helping its customers successfully make it through the current economic turmoil. According to BioFit Director of Marketing, Liz Sworden, “With the KX polyshell, our goal was to manufacture a more versatile seating option for lab users. By combining enhanced ergonomics with proven engineering and a vibrant color palette, we ended up with a durable, highly functional and attractive chair that fits larger body types and is designed to prevent the repetitive motion disorders that are all too common in intensive seating environments. Perhaps just as significantly, we’re able to offer the new KX series at the same price as our old polyshell model which is especially advantageous as customers deal with today’s recession.” Sworden added that the roomy 18-inch wide KX Series chairs are available with a variety of options and are covered under BioFit’s 13-year warranty.

Regarding biofitlaboratory.com, Sworden explained, “We provide literally thousands of product combinations to a range of industries, and we wanted to help simplify the decision-making process for those seeking seating solutions through our website. In short – we wanted to make sure users were easily finding the right chair for their distinct purpose. So we not only revamped the look and navigation of our corporate site, biofit.com, but in reviewing the way we categorized products online, we determined it made the most sense to divide one comprehensive repository of seating combinations into the six primary markets we serve, one of which is the lab market.” She added that users will find the updated version of biofit.com as well as biofitlaboratory.com and its sister micro sites each contain familiar features such as the Build You Own Chair (BYOC) configurator and the Get-A-Quote 24-hour on-line quote request form. All sites also feature easy access to government contract and ergonomics information.

In conclusion, Sworden stated that BioFit considers the investment of its laboratory chairs as money well spent: “We initiated a strategy in 2008 to position not only ourselves to survive the situation facing the global economy, but to provide our customers with tools and products they could use to make it to the other side right along with us. Now more than ever, we understand it’s absolutely critical to deliver a reliable product so our customers won’t be exposed to the potential for expensive repair and replacement cost over time, not to mention the increased chance of future workers’ compensation liabilities.

BioFit furnishes seating to laboratory customers worldwide, including such prominent organizations as the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Michigan. To learn more about KX Series seating and BioFit’s new micro site devoted to the laboratory market, visit www.biofitlaboratory.com or call 800-597-0246.



March 17, 2009

Ergonomic manufacturer now provides even more worker-friendly and value-added solutions

BioFit Engineered Products, an Ohio-based manufacturer and long-standing leader in the development of ergonomic seating, is arming the laboratory marketplace with additional products and resources to combat repetitive motion disorders and maintain a financial advantage in spite of today’s grim economic forecast. To kickoff 2009, the company followed-up its recent ArmorSeat™ roll out with a one-piece polyshell line of chairs called the KX Series, and launched a new lab-specific micro site, biofitlaboratory.com. Coupled with the ArmorSeat, the KX Series bolsters BioFit’s line of specialty seating and provides specifiers with a pair of durable, cost-effective options to traditional non-upholstered laboratory chairs. And, biofitlaboratory.com allows users to easily match the right product to a particular need in addition to linking to BioFit’s Build Your Own Chair online configurator.

The new products and website are part of BioFit’s commitment to helping its customers successfully make it through the current economic turmoil. According to BioFit Director of Marketing, Liz Sworden, “With the KX polyshell, our goal was to manufacture a more versatile seating option for lab users. By combining enhanced ergonomics with proven engineering and a vibrant color palette, we ended up with a durable, highly functional and attractive chair that fits larger body types and is designed to prevent the repetitive motion disorders that are all too common in intensive seating environments. Perhaps just as significantly, we’re able to offer the new KX series at the same price as our old polyshell model which is especially advantageous as customers deal with today’s recession.” Sworden added that the roomy 18-inch wide KX Series chairs are available with a variety of options and are covered under BioFit’s 13-year warranty.

Regarding biofitlaboratory.com, Sworden explained, “We provide literally thousands of product combinations to a range of industries, and we wanted to help simplify the decision-making process for those seeking seating solutions through our website. In short – we wanted to make sure users were easily finding the right chair for their distinct purpose. So we not only revamped the look and navigation of our corporate site, biofit.com, but in reviewing the way we categorized products online, we determined it made the most sense to divide one comprehensive repository of seating combinations into the six primary markets we serve, one of which is the lab market.” She added that users will find the updated version of biofit.com as well as biofitlaboratory.com and its sister micro sites each contain familiar features such as the Build You Own Chair (BYOC) configurator and the Get-A-Quote 24-hour on-line quote request form. All sites also feature easy access to government contract and ergonomics information.

In conclusion, Sworden stated that BioFit considers the investment of its laboratory chairs as money well spent: “We initiated a strategy in 2008 to position not only ourselves to survive the situation facing the global economy, but to provide our customers with tools and products they could use to make it to the other side right along with us. Now more than ever, we understand it’s absolutely critical to deliver a reliable product so our customers won’t be exposed to the potential for expensive repair and replacement cost over time, not to mention the increased chance of future workers’ compensation liabilities.

BioFit furnishes seating to laboratory customers worldwide, including such prominent organizations as the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Michigan. To learn more about KX Series seating and BioFit’s new micro site devoted to the laboratory market, visit www.biofitlaboratory.com or call 800-597-0246.



February 23, 2009

New Strategy, Products Position Company to Thrive in Uncertain Financial Climate

Howling winter winds and the snow-covered stubble fields surrounding the BioFit Engineered Products plant belay the bustling activity within – serving as an analogy of how the ergonomic seating and table producer is bracing to keep the upper hand against today’s bleak economy. While many businesses are sharply curtailing production in the traditional industrial stronghold of northwest Ohio, BioFit is continuing a six-decade history of making durable, specialized seating and tables at its rural manufacturing facility outside Bowling Green. While the company has made some minor staff reductions, in-house benchmarks indicate it will come through this economic storm stronger than ever, thanks to a focused strategy and several new product lines.

Over the past year, BioFit, a worldwide leader in the development of ergonomic seating solutions, instituted a new strategy that focuses on improved communication, accountability and internal processes in order to meet current and long-range goals. The company also rolled out four new products during that time as a supporting tactic of creating seating with value-added characteristics for both highly specified and multipurpose use, ultimately helping customers get the most from increasingly tight budgets. According to BioFit Director of Marketing Liz Sworden, “a major part of our new strategy is allowing us to place a renewed emphasis on our traditional core competencies of innovation and impeccable customer service. Though BioFit in its current form was established in the early ‘90s, our foundation was formed on over 60 years of continuous ergonomic research, testing and design of seating products for such unique settings as semiconductor processing clean rooms, pharmaceutical laboratories, automotive assembly lines and continuous operations centers. We have made it through many economic peaks and valleys in that time, and we are prepared to see our way through today’s crisis as well.”

In detailing how BioFit’s business strategy led to production of new designs at a time when many manufacturers are scaling back, Sworden explained: “A huge advantage to implementing the plan, which was developed with the assistance and counseling of Six Disciplines of Findlay, Ohio, was that it enabled us to re-prioritize day-to-day tasks and focus more on what we do best. The result was four new chair series rollouts including a product called ArmorSeat – primarily developed for the biotechnology and R&D laboratory markets. One of the features that make this chair so special is that its injected-molded seat and backrest are impregnated with antimicrobial properties, inherently helping to prevent bacterial growth. This is the kind of added benefit cost-conscious facilities planners and decision makers are looking for.” Other recent product launches include seamless upholstery seating designed for the health care market, the Intensive Plus series for use in 24/7 operations, and a colorful polyshell multipurpose seating series to meet demand in the education marketplace.

In addition to new designs, Sworden discussed how all BioFit seating and tables carry a 13-year warranty – one of the best in the industry. She also detailed the company’s commitment to the welfare of end users and the environment, evidenced by BioFit voluntarily submitting its table for third-party independent testing late last year and subsequently earning GreenGuard Environmental Institute Indoor Air Quality and “Children and Schools” program certifications for low emission of volatile organic compounds.” She concluded, “We firmly believe we have the best, most engaged people on our team and build some of the highest quality chairs and tables available, and we’re not afraid to back it up. We have 60 successful years of history and are making all the moves necessary to ensure a bright future not only for ourselves but for our 
customers. We may have taken a few lumps, but building rugged chairs isn’t for the feint of heart – we’re not going anywhere.”



February 12, 2009

BioFit Engineered Products, an Ohio-based manufacturer and long-standing leader in the development of ergonomic seating solutions, announced it is positioning its wall-mountable, swing-arm 1Y stool as an alternative to traditional charting station seating in hospitals and other in-patient medical facilities. Company officials are confident that based on results of recent utilization studies coupled with the distinctive functionality of the 1Y makes it ideal for this utilitarian, yet vital healthcare furnishing role.

Building on a commitment to helping customers get the most from their budgets by manufacturing “the right chair for the job,” BioFit is providing architects, designers and medical facility specifiers with a new seating option for charting stations – its popular 1Y stool. BioFit Director of Marketing Liz Sworden explained, “As a result of thorough utilization studies of like-environments and in-house testing, combined with the small footprint, ergonomic characteristics and unique design features of the 1Y, we determined it is perfect for use in this capacity. With space being at such a premium in medical settings, an ergonomically correct chair that uses minimal floor space when in use -- and none when it’s not -- is a logical choice. Plus, since the chair is mounted directly to the station or adjacent wall, it is always there when it’s needed and not in use by a visitor or in another patient’s room.

The flexible BioFit 1Y features a swiveling base with a pivoting arm that can be securely mounted to any stable vertical surface, allowing it to swing out of the way while not in use and stay put while it is. The 1Y was designed to serve in a variety of environments where space constraints are a primary consideration, ranging from assembly lines, factories and other industrial settings to classrooms, convention hall business centers and deli counters. Some of the more innovative uses of the 1Y include installation as computer station seating in an underwater research laboratory operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and in the sleeper cab of a truck. The 1Y is available in many chair and stool configurations, comes in a wide range of upholstery options, and is backed by an industry-leading 13-year warranty.

“We are currently engineering a self-retraction component for the 1Y so it will automatically return to its “stored” position when not in use,” Sworden added. “We think it’s just another step we can take to increase safety by eliminating a potential aisle-way hazard while saving healthcare workers the extra motion of sliding a chair under a work surface.” She concluded by stating this feature would be available later this year.

For additional information on BioFit 1Y seating, contact Liz Sworden of BioFit Engineered Products at 800-597-0246. For detailed product information or to get a quote, visit www.biofithealthcare.com.



February 09, 2009

BioFit Engineered Products, an Ohio-based manufacturer and leader in the development of ergonomic seating solutions, has been awarded a furniture contract by the State of New York, making products from its seating, table, booktruck and accessory lines eligible for use in State-funded projects. Effective immediately, the contract runs through October, 2012.

BioFit was recently notified its ergonomic seating, tables, booktrucks and footrests manufactured for use in office, school, library, training, conference and cafeteria settings meet criteria established under the New York State Office of General Services (OGS) contract number PC64013. The contract is titled “New York State, Group Number 20915 Furniture All Types (except Hospital Room & Patient Handling) Classification Code 56, Award Number 20551-ES Supplemental.” Each vendor receives a unique contract number; number PC64013 was assigned to BioFit. Specific BioFit products falling under the auspices of the contract include, but are not limited to, its full line of executive and office task chairs – including sewn-seam models – and its 10-seat oval table.

The New York State OGS provides a broad range of support that facilitates the operations of State and local governments, public authorities, and public and private agencies, including property management, design and construction, and procurement. To view the full New York State OGS furniture contract award notification, visitwww.ogs.state.ny.us/purchase/spg/pdfdocs/2091520551ra09.pdf

For more details on BioFit Engineered Products, including additional information on all of its current federal and state government contracts, log on to www.biofit.com or call 1-800-597-0246.



February 03, 2009

BioFit Engineered Products, an Ohio-based manufacturer and long-standing leader in the development of ergonomic seating solutions, announced all four of its table lines were recently awarded GREENGUARD Environmental Institute Indoor Air Quality and Children and Schools program certifications for low emission of volatile organic compounds. Voluntarily submitting to and meeting rigid testing standards for indoor air quality, and even tougher guidelines under the Children & Schools evaluation process, reinforces BioFit’s commitment to the environment as well as protecting the health and welfare of those using its products. The certified tables also qualify for credits under the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program.

In 2008, BioFit voluntarily submitted a sample unit from its 10-seat oval, AdapTable™, Fold-N-Roll™ and BioFit Table lines to the GREENGUARD Environmental Institute (GEI) for objective, third-party testing of volatile organic compound (VOC) emission levels. Using a rigorous product evaluation protocol following certification requirements established by the GEI and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, among others, as well as those detailed in American Society for Testing and Materials Standard D 6670, the tables were tested in a stainless steel environmental chamber with a highly specialized air distribution system over a 168-hour exposure period. Product emissions during testing were measured to determine the levels of potential pollutants. In addition to total VOCs, measurements included emissions of other select, harmful compounds including a variety of aldehydes and phthalates, with results compared to current emission levels as required by GREENGUARD and the GREENGUARD Children and Schools standard. Subsequently, the BioFit test unit garnered a result of “low-emitting,” meeting all emission level requirements of the GREENGUARD and GREENGUARD Children & Schools program certifications.

According to BioFit Director of Marketing Liz Sworden, the company knew earning not only one, but both GREENGUARD certifications would be no easy feat. She explained, “We realized the gravity of putting our tables under such intense scrutiny. But, the challenge definitely turned out to be worth the reward – the piece of mind knowing that customers and users, particularly school children, would not be put at risk from indoor air pollutants generated from our tables.” Sworden continued: “At BioFit, we were practicing “green” long before green was cool. We have a wide range of short- and long-term environmental initiatives underway, and the GREENGUARD certifications are just two of many objectives we set to meet this year. We are preparing to go through the process again as we have seating lines designated for GREENGUARD testing in the very near future.” Sworden noted that the company was proud that the certifications would also enable new and existing customers to get credits under the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program for specifying any of the four certified BioFit table lines in new construction.

About GREENGUARD Environmental Institute: Founded in 2001, GEI is an industry-independent, non-profit organization that oversees the GREENGUARD Certification Program. The Institute's mission is to protect human health and quality of life through programs that improve indoor air that people breathe. As an ANSI Accredited Standards Developer, GEI establishes acceptable indoor air standards for building materials, interior products, furnishings, electronic equipment, indoor environments and buildings. The more than 200,000 GREENGUARD Certified products must meet stringent third-party standards for low chemical emissions based on established health standards and undergo rigorous testing and verification processes on a regular basis. GREENGUARD Certification is broadly recognized and accepted by a number of "green" building programs, including the USGBC LEED program. For more information on GEI, visit www.greenguard.org. 
For additional information on BioFit tables or ergonomic seating, contact Liz Sworden of BioFit Engineered Products at 800-597-0246. For detailed product information or to get a quote, visit www.biofiteducation.com.



January 26, 2009

BioFit Engineered Products, an Ohio-based manufacturer and leader in the development of ergonomic seating solutions, launched a redesigned corporate website and six linked micro sites today to make matching the proper chair to a specific work environment even easier for its customers. The new sites feature enhanced navigational functionality over the previous version of biofit.com and link to each other as well to help ensure successful search results for those seeking products for facilities with a variety of work settings, such as hospitals and universities.

“BioFit provides thousands of combinations of ergonomic seating, tables and specialty products to a wide cross-section of business and industry worldwide, and we thought the next logical step in supporting current and prospective customers was to make our web presence more ‘ergonomic,’ per se,” explained Liz Sworden, BioFit Director of Marketing. She continued: “So, in addition to streamlining the look and feel of our corporate site, biofit.com, we took a new approach to the way we categorize products online and created micro sites for each of our major markets: biofithealthcare.com, biofiteducation.com, biofittechnology.com, biofitlaboratory.com, biofitindustry.com and biofitoffice.com. While these sites all link to biofit.com, each contains only those individual products which specifiers may seek for use in a setting found in their unique market. For instance, a chair built for a particular purpose in a laboratory would not be found in the office micro site, but would be located in the healthcare, laboratory and education micro sites. By categorizing each product combination by market and then developing a separate site for each, we give users the option of visiting the site to suit their distinct needs or accessing biofit.com to review our entire offering.”

Users will find the updated version of biofit.com as well as the micro sites each contain familiar features such as the Build You Own Chair (BYOC) configurator and the Get-A-Quote 24-hour on-line quote request form. All sites also feature easy access to government contract information.

For more details on the redesigned BioFit corporate website and new market-specific micro sites, visit www.biofit.com or call 1-800-597-0246.



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