The Image Classic Hot File Floor Stand offers an ideal way to display magazine and other literature displays. Includes nine pre-assembled semi-opaque plastic filing pockets. It can also be used as a multipurpose filing system.
- Nine pre-assembled slots
- Overall dimensions for 13 1/8" Unit: 52 1/2"H x 13 1/8"W X 16"D
- Overall Dimensions for 16 1/8" Unit: 52 1/2"H x 16 1/8"W X 16"D
Rubbermaid was formed in 1920 as the Wooster Rubber Company, a maker of toy balloons. In 1934, the company pioneered the rubber housewares business with the introduction of the first rubber dustpan.
In 1955, the company produced its first plastic product; a dishpan. This product launched the Wooster Rubber Company into the housewares business. In the 1950’s, the Wooster Rubber Company also developed a “breakthrough” product for the hotel industry--a safety bath mat with suction cups on the bottom. This deceptively simple product presented a huge technical challenge and involved a complicated three-layer mold. For Rubbermaid, it escalated the company’s development and ultimately helped lead to the establishment of Rubbermaid Commercial Products.
In 1957, the Wooster Rubber Company changed its corporate name to Rubbermaid Inc. to further capitalize on the strength of its major brand; a brand that had become nationally recognized for quality and value. Rubbermaid Commercial Products (RCP), headquartered in Winchester, Virginia, was established in 1967 to manufacture and market products for the commercial and institutional markets.
Today, Rubbermaid Commercial Products is a division of Newell Rubbermaid Inc. It continues to develop innovative products and system solutions in the categories of food service, cleaning, safety, material handling, waste and agriculture. Manufacturing and distribution are handled from five facilities: four in the US and one in Mexico. RCP is represented in Latin America, Europe, Asia, Australia and the Middle East through a network of sales offices and authorized distributors.