Brooks Corning Named 2017 Best In Class

Date: May 10, 2017


Holland, MI. - May 1, 2017 – Haworth, Inc. has announced that Brooks Corning has been designated as a 2017 Best In Class dealership.  The annual Best In Class distinction, which was established in 2011, is awarded to dealerships based on exceptional performance in market development, sales and customer satisfaction, operational excellence as well as enterprise development.

“Through outstanding dealerships like Brooks Corning, Haworth is able to provide our clients with an exceptional customer experience,” said Robert Hendrickson, Director of Dealer Development for Haworth.  

Brooks Corning is one of 30 dealerships to be awarded the 2017 Best In Class distinction.  Haworth works with a network of more than 250 North American dealerships — independent businesses — who provide sales and support to customers by helping architects, designers, and facility managers in the complex process of selecting, specifying, planning, and purchasing furniture and workspace interiors.

Since 1913, the Brooks Corning Company has been providing office furniture and business interior solutions to Greater Vancouver, and the province of British Columbia. Our success is attributable to the high standards we set for ourselves and the high level of customer satisfaction we enjoy. Our goal is to partner with our clients to provide best in class products and services for your workspace.
We are recognized as a preferred dealer for Haworth Inc; one of the world’s largest furniture manufacturers, regarded for its cutting edge design and technological advances in the industry. |  | 


Haworth, Inc. is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of office furniture and organic workspaces, including raised access floors, moveable walls, systems furniture, seating, storage and wood casegoods.  Family-owned and privately held, Haworth is headquartered in Holland, Michigan and serves markets in more than 120 countries through a global network of 600 dealers. The company had net sales of US $1.31 billion in 2012.