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Herman Miller works for a better world around you—with inventive designs, technologies, and related services that improve the human experience wherever people work, heal, learn, and live. With customer relationships in more than 100 countries and on all seven continents, Herman Miller generated more than $1.3 billion in revenue in fiscal 2010.
Herman Miller is a brand leader in the furniture industry with extensive experience in configuring furniture solutions for all types of working interiors. Herman Miller offers a wide range of ergonomically designed task chairs, visitor chairs and soft seating to fit users of all shapes and sizes.
Recipient of numerous international design honours, including the Smithsonian’s National Design Award, Herman Miller is also known for innovative business practices and a commitment to social responsibility. Together these attributes have established Herman Miller as a recognized global leader in areas as diverse as employee ownership, “lean” manufacturing, and environmental sustainability. In 2010, Herman Miller was again cited by Fortune as among both the Most Admired companies in its industry and the 100 Best Companies to Work For in America. Additionally, the Human Rights Campaign Foundation again gave Herman Miller a perfect score for its support of diversity.
Established in 1923, Herman Miller expanded beyond North America in the 1950’s. Since then, it has been helping customers with the complexity of designing and planning global workplaces. Herman Miller customers engage with a partner whose global support and expertise enables fast and efficient service to local and multinational companies, worldwide. Manufacturing and distribution facilities are located in the U.S., U.K., Italy, and China, while sales offices and showrooms are strategically located throughout the U.S. and Europe, as well as in the major commercial zones in Latin America, the Middle East, and Asia. Herman Miller’s geographic presence ensures a consistent global offer in order to build a better world around its customers, wherever they may be. International awards and accolades include the Red Dot Award for product design, and the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade, which was presented by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
The company’s core competency is innovation, using problem-solving, research-based design to target existing and emerging social change and customer needs. To realize its product vision, Herman Miller works exclusively with a network of leading independent designers, combined with a diverse and global supply chain, to develop innovative solutions.
As a recognized leader in environmentally responsible product design and business operations, Herman Miller advocates for the environment—notably with the company’s Design for Environment (DfE) protocol. These efforts have resulted in products and programs that identify Herman Miller with customers who share their passion for treating the natural environment with respect. The company’s earliest formal environmental statements date from 1953, when founder D.J. DePree noted, “We will be good stewards of the environment.” Since then, accountable practices and production have been at the heart of the company’s operations, resulting in numerous awards and accolades. As a result, Herman Miller is the only company in its industry named to the Dow Jones Global Sustainability Index.
Since 1970 Herman Miller is present on N.A.S.D.A.Q. list. (with name MLHR).
Herman Miller has been established in Italy since 1995 with the headquarter in Corso Garibali 70, Milan and a branch in Rome. Distributes his products through a net of dealers in all the main Italian cities.
The Company has obtained following certifications:
BS 5750 Pt 2/ISO9002 , BS EN ISO 9001:2000., BS EN ISO9001:2008 BS EN ISO 14001:2004
For more information, see www.hermanmiller.com