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Our Growth Story
Over the years, we have grown from a drawing board and T-Squares manufacturer into an internationally recognized office interior company. We’re pleased to share with you some highlights of this journey…
   
 
Year
Events
2009
Artwright introduced System MXi2, and the new system has immediately gained market acceptance with many international clients added to our reference list.
   
2008
The improved V2 System Wall was re-launched and it has provided exceptional value solutions for a system wall that can be used and reused.
   
2006
Artwright ended its joint venture relationship with Steelcase Inc., and embarked on a new business model that focuses on research and development of office interior markets and products, and on supply chain management through IT and HR infrastructure.
   
2004
Artwright confirmed to expand its international presence with increased showrooms, dealerships and customer base around the world.
   
2002
We started the introduction of Artwright products to the USA markets.
   
2002
Artwright International Dealers’ Convention 2002 – our dealers from around the world gathered in Kuala Lumpur for trainings and good funs!
   
2000
In 2000, System MXi made its debut.
   
1998
Artwright in Orgatec 1998, Cologne. We introduced the canopies for workstations, and received encouraging responses from many parts of the world. The dealership network has been setup in Middle East, India, South America and Asia Pacific.
   
1998
We introduced the canopies for workstations, and received encouraging responses from many parts of the world. The dealership network has been setup in Middle East, India, South America and Asia Pacific.
 
   
1996
Artwright first launched the System MXV2, and was awarded the contract with Petronas Twin Towers. We have supported Petronas with their changes and growth with the same product since 1996 till today.
 
   
1993
System MX Tiles is introduced and became the benchmark of quality office system solutions.
   
1986
The first office furniture System MX panel system was introduced.
   
1980’s
The company ventured in ergonomic computer furniture, System TX. The brand was quickly gaining local and international recognition for its quality and design ingenuity.
   
1975
The company ventured into the business of visual communications products.
   
1965
Artwright started as a modest producer of drawing boards and tee-squares for the engineers and architects. The name was brainchild of the dean of engineering in Universiti Malaya then – being in the “Art” business and doing the “Right” thing.