Erlau Bella Via Benches for East Midlands Trains – Nottingham Station
Erlau AG founded in 1828 in Aalen, is a leading manufacturer of outdoor furniture (open space equipment). Erlau is a subsidiary company of RUD Ketten Rieger & Dietz GmbH u. Co. KG who produces top quality chain systems and components.
Erlau outdoor furniture offers customers a great degree of functionality and design combined with versatility and durability. Their furniture range consists of a variety of innovative benches, seating systems, litter bins, bicycle parking systems to planters and bollards to name a few.
As a market leader in high-quality and innovative designer furniture for public waiting areas, Erlau has been a trustworthy partner to Deutsche Bahn for 15 years and have provided a variety of products to the rail industry.
Client: East Midlands Trains – Nottingham Station
East Midlands Trains required benches as part of their ongoing improvement programme being carried out by EMT and Bowmer & Kirkland. They required benches for their waiting areas.
Product: Erlau Bella Via Basic Pagwood Bench
East Midlands Trains purchased 12 Bella Via basic pagwood benches with armrests; they were fitted to the waiting areas on platforms 3a, 5 and 6. The benches were fitted during the ongoing station extension and improvement works. The benches were delivered and installed on a short lead time to achieve East Midlands Trains deadline, to have the waiting rooms operational for the Christmas period.
The Bella Via outdoor furniture range comprises an innovative trapezoid elegance, optical attractiveness alongside a bold distinctive style. Pagwood offers a variety of advantages to the benches. They are crack-proof, chemical-resistant and low-maintenance benches.
The benches were fitted by Bowmer & Kirkland – Derby.
The client was exceptionally pleased with the professionalism of the project and with the quality and aesthetics of the benches installed. They have also ordered Topsit Pagwood seating for other stations on the network. These will be installed in February / March 2014.
For more information, please contact Erlau.