About us

History & Customers

 

PST’s history of innovation began in 1967 when the discipline of seating design was focused on delivering products that didn’t just meet, but exceeded the expectations of its customers.

Today, this family-run manufacturer employs a diverse team where talent is only surpassed by a commitment to innovation, operational excellence and sustainability, never just reacting to a specific industry sector’s needs but anticipating them.

PST supplies a diverse range of industries, however, the company enjoys a particularly enviable reputation in leisure and gaming supplying well known brands such as Genting Casinos, Grosvenor Casinos, Virgin Voyager plus The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.

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Indeed, recent projects include The Hippodrome Casino centrally located in London's Leicester Square, The Genting Club in Reading and Les Ambassadors Casino situated in the heart of London’s famous West End.

World renowned specialists of chromium and brass plated metal furniture; PST pioneers a wide range of secondary embellishment technologies. The revolutionary self-levelling, self-returning gas lifts can be fitted to all stem chairs while a majority of chairs can also be fitted with a swivel or a self-return swivel.

PST prides itself on its attention to ergonomic details with seat backs, frames and footrests paramount when engineering for comfort.  Design is paramount in order to provide the optimal experience which subsequently translates into more “time on device” – a true measurement of success for a casino.

Evolving alongside the gaming products they support, in addition to its conventional award winning Oxford, Cosmopolitan and Love chairs, PST has announced its new Vegas range for 2020.

For clients with bespoke requirements, briefs are created together with samples being produced in order to permit any amendments prior manufacturing. A simple but important process, which ensures a unique product for individual locations. It’s simply not enough for a chair to just perform with functionality.

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