Office furniture from Japan are durable because there’s a standard called JIS (Japanese Industrial Standard). Furniture makers needs to pass the test to be approved by JIS. It is under government control and it mandates that Steel Office furniture must have the durability of at least 15 years.
Office Furniture from Japan must adhere with JIS' specifications such as: steel thickness, screw, painting, and other parts.
Japanese companies are very particular when it comes to office furniture design, because they believe that the office environment would affect the creativity and imagination of the workers.
Q: What do we sell?
A: We sell “surplus” / used Japanese Office furniture and equipment, world-class brands, between 1 to 3 years, originally intended for the Japanese market.
Q: Can I reserve a product?
A: No we don’t allow reservations. However, you can pay for the items you wanted and pick it up within 5 days.
Q: Do you have a delivery service and how much do you charge for it?
A: Yes, on a per batch basis. Delivery charge ranges from 500 to 3,000 depending on volume and location.
Q: I bought a table and had it collapsed so I can fit in my car, Could I ask someone from your office to go with me to help assembling it?
A: It depends on staff availability and location. However, we will be glad to assist all customers via phone anytime.
Q: The computer chairs that I bought were a bit dusty, if I ask you to clean it, do I have to pay an extra charge?
A: All bought furniture undergoes cleaning before delivery at no extra charge.
I just started my own business and bought all our office furniture from Office Busters located at Araneta Avenue in Quezon City. They are used furniture from Japan and I was amazed of it's high quality and as new condition. The best thing is I only spent 1/3 of the amount I have set aside for the furniture and as a result, saved me thousands of pesos which I was able to divert the savings into my start up capital.
Thank you Office Busters and your sales staff which makes my life easy.