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For over 50 years, Rufac has been a pioneer in design and manufacturing of ergonomic furniture solutions for diverse work environments. Using the danish design concept of simplicity and functionality, Rufac products can be seamlessly integrated into any type of workspace. As a company, we are constantly reinventing and improving upon our designs to provide the best solutions for the ever-changing economic, environmental and ergonomic needs of today’s workplace. Research has shown the multiple health benefits of sit-to stand workstations and desks. At Rufac we are proud to work with companies that are mindful of the well-being of their employees while providing an energizing and flexible space for maximum productivity in the daily work environment.


Rufac is part of an international group with manufacturing facilities in Denmark, New Hampshire and Poland. Our facilities are fitted with state-of-the art equipment that ensures the highest quality of a finished products, as well as the health and safety of our employees. To support our global sales, we have our HQ showroom in Rudkobing, Denmark and a USA based showroom at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago. We work close with our global partners and our brand and products are represented worldwide – from west coast to east coast – USA, Europe, Middle East and Asia.


It is Rufac´s policy to continuously reduce the environmental impact of our products and processes. We seek and achieve this through better use of raw materials, energy, and by optimizing our production processes. We use and manufacture sustainable products that rely less on synthetic materials, minimize components and production steps, and can be recycled and re-used to allow for a positive impact on the overall product life cycle. As a world leader with 40% renewable energy, Denmark will always be an important place for us to house our manufacturing facility.

Rufac requires that all our vendors, both local and foreign, adhere to a Chain of Supply Code of Ethics. Globalization has made us increasingly interdependent, and we inform new suppliers about safety, fair wage, and environmental issues that are important to us.