HOME | Lists | Office Equipment & Furniture

Office Equipment & Furniture

Finding the right office furniture and office equipment is essential to a productive and happy team. Alaska’s office furniture retailers rival those from the Lower 48. Office products found at the stores listed in the Alaska Business Office Equipment & Furniture Directory include ergonomic furniture, copiers and printers, and affordable standing desks with brand names that include Canon, Sharp, Toshiba, Samsung, HP, and Pitney Bowes, to name a few.

Company Name
Address
Phone
Website
Arctic Office Products logo

Company Name

Arctic Office Products

Location

100 W. Fireweed Ln.
Anchorage, AK 99503

Location

1611 University Ave. S.
Fairbanks, AK 99709

Location

125 S. Willow St.
Kenai, AK 99611

Phone

907-276-2322

Phone

907-459-0303

Phone

1-800-478-2322

Arctic Office Products logo

Company Name

Arctic Office Products

Website

Location

100 W. Fireweed Ln.
Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone

907-276-2322

Location

1611 University Ave. S.
Fairbanks, AK 99709

Phone

907-459-0303

Location

125 S. Willow St.
Kenai, AK 99611

Phone

1-800-478-2322

Company Name

Bailey’s Furniture

Address

350 W. International
Airport Rd.
Anchorage, AK 99518

Phone

907-646-4939

Company Name

Cartridge Connection AK

Address

1409 W. 33rd Ave.
Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone

907-743-9901

Company Name

Lewis & Lewis Computer Store

Address

405 E. Fireweed Ln.
Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone

907-743-1600

Company Name

Situs Ergonomics

Address

1549 E. Tudor Rd., Unit B
Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone

907-563-0950

Subscribers never miss Alaska Business Power List

Subscribe to see additional company details in our print and premium subscriber digital editions when new lists are published.

Purchase all lists as Excel digital download

Alaska Business Magazine November 2019 cover

In This Issue

Mining in 2019: The Year in Review

November 2019

Following a year when metal prices were both up and down—sometimes dramatically; when international trade squabbles spooked investors to both enter and exit the metals markets; and when mining companies started the year cautiously bullish but ended it cautious bearish, those involved in Alaska mineral exploration, development, and production are once again asking themselves: “Where did we succeed, where did we fail, and where do we go from here?”