We take a moment to get to know Comax Australia â€“ a company committed to supporting emerging and established Australian designers.
July 21st, 2009
What does your company supply?
Comax Australia is a Brisbane-based furniture manufacturing company specialising in commercial – high end residential but also one off custom works.
What’s the history of your company?
18yrs ago Susan Denham founded Comax Australia. Susan began her career firstly as a textile designer then moving into Graphic design and then interior designer. noticing the void in the market for custom furniture design she embarked on creating a boutique manufacturing company that met the specific needs of interior designers. Since then Comax has envolved into high profile highly respected AUSTRALIAN manufacturing company.
Where do you distribute?
Comax Australia – Australia wide
Who are your customers?
Interior designers, decorators and Architects
What sets your company apart?
Australian Made- and made to order. Our ability to customise on our standard range of furniture as well as manufacturing purely custom designs.
Who should we speak to when specifying?
What are your client’s priorities at the moment?
Quote fast, well priced, good service and quality manufacture – Australian made
What does the future hold?
Growth in product and market. Supporting the design community and going green-er.
Comax is committed to supporting up and coming designers through sponsorship and other mediums.
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