Australian company Maxton Fox was founded in 1974 and is a proud local manufacturer and supporter of Australian design.
November 21st, 2008
Producing functional, high quality and inspirational commercial furniture, Maxton Fox places particular emphasis on its operations being local, flexible and environmentally sustainable. Specialising in commercial furniture from workstation systems and task chairs to lounges and bespoke storage units, many of the products are designed and developed in-house. Maxton Fox has a factory in western Sydney incorporating powder coating, metal, timber and upholstery workshops and remains 100% Australian-owned.
System, task, hospitality and loose furniture.
Tecno from Italy.
Commercial, hospitality, industrial and residential.
Maxton Fox recognises both social and environmental considerations as part of the manufacturing process. Many products in the Maxton Fox collection comply with industry environmental standards in Australia.
Telstra, Australia wide; Cisco, Australia wide; BOC Gases NSW and WA; Adelaide Bank, NSW and SA; Qantas, NSW; Energy Australia, NSW; Travelcorp, NSW; Land Victoria, Vic; Ray White, QLD; Recall, QLD; Elders IXL, SA.
Maxton Fox provides CAD services and comprehensive support – the sales staff provides personalised support from conception through to completion of each project.
Local products 4–6 weeks, imported products 12 weeks.
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