With sales showrooms Australia wide and internationally, Sebel specialises the design, manufacture, distribution and marketing of a wide range of product solutions for the education, hospitality, stadium, healthcare and office furniture markets.
November 21st, 2008
Established by Harry Sebel in 1947 and operating from its main site at Bankstown,NSW; Sebel Furniture has continually fostered a strong ,innovative culture by bringing good design within reach, matched with product quality and customer service.
System, task, loose and hospitality.
Commercial, hospitality and residential.
Telstra Stadium, NSW; GWA, Epping, NSW; Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, SA; Department of Defence, Vic; and NSW Government supply contract.
CAD design, project management, installation service, logistics and warehousing, post-sale maintenance service.
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