Organize It All Inc., was established in the United States in 1985. Headquarted in Teterboro, New Jersey with another office and warehouse in Fontana, California, OIA has grown substantially throughout the years to offer a vast range of different products to the everyday consumer. What started out as forty or so items consisting mainly of hangers, racks, protective clothing care, and wardrobes has grown into a product line today consisting of over 3,000 items.
Originally just storage & organization, Organize It All has branched out into just about every category of the home including kitchen, bath, laundry, home office, furniture, accent furniture, and custom made items for each. Each category consists of unique and different items so that no two items or collections are exactly alike. Over the years OIA has developed national distribution of its product line with basic, promotional, exclusive, and niche business within virtually every class of retail trade world wide.
Whether it is with products from OIA's existing line or the development of custom made products, OIA has always been able to find ways to develop significant business with all types of customers. In order to achieve such success Organize It All has utilized a variety of raw materials in its products to differentiate themselves from other manufacturers and to keep up with growing trends. Some popular raw materials include: vinyl coated metals, chrome-plated metals, epoxy and chrome plated tubular steel, plastic, a wide variety of woods and wood-laminates, non-woven polypropylene, canvas, nylon, polyester, tetron, recycled and recyclable materials, and a wide variety of natural materials such as willow, wicker, seagrass, bamboo, abaca, etc.
Organize It All and its employees pride themselves on quality and innovative design throughout the years and will continue to do so for years to come. In addition to Organize It All's increased efforts for new and innovative products, the company has not overlooked its shared responsibility of protecting the environment by having its factories comply with new environmental laws and regulations and developing more and more eco-friendly products as the world becomes more environmentally conscious."