Everstone products are widely used in many prestigious commercial and residential projects from five star hotels, casinos, shopping and sport centre to celebrities’ private homes.
February 22nd, 2012
What does your company supply?
Porcelain tiles & mosaics, ceramic tiles, glass tiles & mosaics, natural stone tiles & mosaics, metal tiles & mosaics.
What’s the history of your company?
Everstone is a Sydney based Australian Group established in 1994. After 18 years of growth, Everstone has reached an unprecedented status specialising in design, manufacture and sales of top end glass, metal, stone and ceramic mosaics and tiles.
Where do you distribute?
Everstone’s products are distributed and sold across Australia and world-wide.
Describe your customers?
Direct customers are tile shops, tile & bathware shops. Indirect customers/specifiers are architects, designers, end user/consumer, builders, tilers.
What sets your company apart?
Everstone’s dedication to new designs, technology, high quality products and a vast product range have propelled the company to become market leaders.
Who should we speak to when specifying?
The sales & marketing manager or one of our sales representatives.
What are your client’s priorities at the moment?
Finding the right products to suit different styles & budgets.
What is good design to you?
Good design is about fulfilling a need. What does the future hold? Everstone’s future objective is to continue focusing on combining and further developing glass, metal and stone mosaic & tile ranges and to maintain their position as market leaders.
Everstone’s unique designs and outstanding quality have won many awards in Australia and have further strengthened our position in the global market.
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