Burgess Furniture launches new space-saving table at The Hotel Show

Available in different styles, such as classic white, contemporary white and timber, the AFold table is designed with user flexibility in mind

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With its latest products on show at The Hotel Show Dubai 2018, Burgess Furniture has launched a new folding table that makes light work of setting up functions and events.

Portable and lightweight, the new A-Fold table is quick to install and fold down thanks to its folding mechanism, that secures the legs flat against the table top for minimal storage space.

Available in different styles, such as classic white, contemporary white and timber, the AFold table is designed with user flexibility in mind. Individual tables can be linked together for business group working and modesty panels can be added or removed quickly for user comfort and discreet cable fixing.

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The A-Fold table is available in rectangle or round shape and a comprehensive choice of sizes from 150 to 180cm diameter and 120 to 180cm in length.

Craig Kent, production director at Burgess Furniture, said: "Setting up an open area into a dining room, meeting room or conference space can be time-consuming and difficult. The new A-Fold table is designed to make it easy and quick to adapt a room when hosting different types of events."

The A-Fold table is the latest new product from innovative furniture maker Burgess, following on from the launch of its Smart Qube flexible hospitality furniture range and Junea chair collection earlier this year.

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