Gasser Chair not sitting still as new European opportunities beckon

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With quality, durability and comfort as its watchwords, Ohio-based casino seating manufacturer Gasser Chair, took to opportunity to highlight its hands-on approach to customer engagement at ICE 2018.


“ICE is a great platform,” said European market specialist Hugo Van Der Hoek. “It allows the major players to interact with and really get a feel for our products.”

Gasser’s latest seating line, the Venturo Series, took pride of place, offering a newly designed streamlined two-piece Easy Change Seat as a standard feature, which allows a damaged cushion to be quickly replaced without disrupting business.

“The two-piece Easy Change is now very discreet, and combined with a modern design, ensure that the Venturo is a contemporary yet comfortable chair, tailored to meet the needs of the gaming industry,” Van Der Hoek continued.

Designed to conform to any body shape, the Venturo’s compound curved back supports the entire spine while its waterfall seat promotes improved leg circulation, aiding player retention.

Alongside this, Gasser showcased the recently released Allegro Series, which has already seen success in Europe, thanks in part to its versatility.

“Chair size is important at a blackjack table,” explained Van Der Hoek. “So all of our furniture can cater for different widths, the back remains the same, but we can change the seat dimensions to meet our customers’ requirements.”

The European market continues to prove successful for the company, with ICE marking an annual milestone reflecting Gasser’s continuing growth on the Continent.

“Northern Cyprus has been very successful for us,” Van Der Hoek added. “While it’s a mature market, Europe remains an interesting region, and we’ve recently made installations in Spain, Portugal, and Malta.

“Our strong reputation is always a factor, operators have heard about the quality of our seating solutions and ICE offers them the opportunity to experience this first-hand.”

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