HVG Fabrics announces new partnership for Australian distribution of Serge Ferrari flexible composite materials
[April 13 2016 Press Release]
Leading Australian industrial products distribution business HVG has announced that its HVG Fabrics division has been appointed the new Australian distributor of Serge Ferrari flexible composite materials.
Serge Ferrari S.A, a French company, has been manufacturing superior quality products for various applications (textile architecture, solar protection, acoustic solutions, yachting, light modular structures for industry, signage industry, indoor &outdoor furniture) since being founded in 1973. Serge Ferrari has progressively built an outstanding reputation as a global leader and innovator in Australia since the early 90’S.
The new distribution arrangement is expected to commence on 1st June 2016 once stocks arrive into HVG’s Australian capital city distribution centres.
HVG will be officially launching its distribution of Serge Ferrari at the Superexpo on the Gold Coast in June.
HVG Fabrics Business Manager Daniel Gollan commented, “The synergies and culture between both companies is obvious, with both of us focusing on the same key issues - quality products, class leading marketing collateral to build brand value and a strong desire to ensure solutions ‘fit for purpose’, first time every time.
Some initial discussions have already happened to hold the 2017 LSAA event at Monash University (MADA) again.
Following on the two day 2016 Conference and Design Awards, the 2017 event is likely to be an afternoon / evening affair.
The program envisaged is a workshop (potentially dealing with tensioned shadecloth structures) followed by a public lecture suited for architects and engineers (and students of course). There is the potential to work with students to create an on-going Exhibition showing outstanding structures from our 36 year history.
Likely date is September 2017 at the Monash University - Caulfield Campus.
We are looking forward to continuing and building on our relationship with MADA.
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