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Two Business Furniture Suppliers Join Forces

Jan 19, 2022 | News, Professional Services, Retail



Think Office has acquired BiNW of Alaska, strengthening its position in the field of business interiors.

More Than Chairs

Think Office is the exclusive Knoll dealership in Alaska, and BiNW of Alaska was the exclusive Herman Miller dealership.

With this acquisition, Think Office becomes the exclusive MillerKnoll dealership in Alaska. The company has absorbed employees that were working for BiNW of Alaska. The merger took effect with the new year, doing business as Think Office, able to take on larger operations.

“As we’ve expanded our operation, we have embraced our philosophy and brought an exceptional group of people together and an even broader portfolio of solutions,” says Rod Young, president of Think Office. “I want to thank teams at Think Office and BiNW of Alaska for their efforts which enabled us to make this transaction possible. Our team is committed to the success of our client’s projects and the long-term success of their businesses.”

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Alaska Business August 2022 Cover

August 2022

Think Office is a veteran-owned and -operated business furniture and architectural products dealership, based in Anchorage, serving all of Alaska. The company incorporates a project management approach to providing workspace solutions, planning and installations services, and quality products for organizations of all sizes in corporate, education, healthcare, and government environments.

Think Office has furnished such projects as the KTUU Northern Lights Media Center, new Anchorage offices of Calista Corporation, Norton Sound Regional Hospital and the Quyanna Care Center in Nome, Richard Johnson Elementary School in Metlakatla, the new Ketchikan Public Library, and the new home office for Davis Constructors and Engineers.

Alaska Business Magazine August 2022 cover

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