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29 Nov 2022

Sustainability pioneer Satelliet joins HRC as Official Furniture Partner for 2023

Sustainability pioneer Satelliet joins HRC as Official Furniture Partner for 2023

Satelliet, the hospitality furniture specialist with an extensive range of premium quality and tailor-made furniture, has joined HRC as Official Furniture Supplier for 2023, showcasing the company's stunning range of products as part of the show's industry Networking Hub. 

Satelliet are there for everyone who believes in the positive effect of hospitality, making people feel comfortable in their surroundings and therefore work more efficiently, stay longer, perform better and above all enjoy themselves more. With the company's unique collection of hospitality furniture, it contributes to an optimal guest experience in sectors such as hospitality, office, care, retail, leisure and education. In cooperation with creatives, partners and clients, Satelliet contributes to the creation of pleasant meeting places.

UK Managing Director Harvey Ockrim commented: "Satelliet are delighted to be partnering with HRC in 2023 to share our passion and commitment to sustainability and confirm our commitment to secure a better environment for the future of our planet."

The company's innovation in the sustainability space is seeing it incorporate current and future sustainability initiatives into 'Mission Hospitality' - a challenging route leading Satelliet to its goal of becoming the most sustainable supplier of hospitality furniture in Europe by 2030. This initiative includes 75% of Satelliet products being made from sustainable or recycled materials by 2030, and as part of this the furniture specialist is launching the code collection using what it calls SUM (Still Usable Materials). 


SUM is a name given to written-off materials, and the code collection is part of an ambition from Satelliet to give these materials a new home home using innovative techniques. For example, the company has produced aluminium frames, plastic wickerwork and PET felt from recycled materials and is collaborating with Resyta, an innovative and sustainable material made from organic residual waste. It consists mainly of rice husk, but also rock salt and mineral oils, with the look and feel of wood with the advantages of plastic. 

HRC Event Manager Ronda Annesley commented: "This is more than just a partnership with a furniture supplier, this is a chance for hospitality business owners at HRC to learn about the true innovation happening in the furniture sector and the industry-leading steps that Satelliet is taking in the sustainability space."

Learn more about CSR and Sustainability at Satelliet here

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