Our glass processing division is located in Dandenong, and additional architectural joinery facilities operate in Victoria, Queensland and ACT.
As advocates of Australian quality, service and knowledge, we are committed to supporting local industry. We source and manufacture 95% of our products in Australia, from Australian-owned and grown suppliers, making us one of the largest customers of companies such as Blue Scope Steel, Laminex, Capral Aluminium and Dulux.
Our investment in manufacturing not only benefits the local economy, but also our customers. Maintaining control of the manufacturing process allows us to ensure the quality and integrity of the product is maintained, and allows us to work closely with clients to develop solutions from custom joinery to workplace systems and loose furniture. With an unprecedented level of flexibility, we offer high volume runs of production, one-off pieces, and everything in between.
We have a wide range of manufacturing capabilities including specialised engineering and tooling, metal, aluminium and wood processing, plastic injection moulding, electrical component production, powder coating, glass processing, upholstery, solid surface fabrication and casting, assembly operations and many others that can be performed at one location, allowing for tailored solutions.
We set a benchmark in production knowledge and experience, and we implement world’s best practice standards, technologies and processes. Our investments in state-of-the art machines like a low bake powder coating plant for MDF and other heat sensitive substrates, a fully integrated and automated sheet metal punch and fold machine, industry-leading laser cutter, and solid surface casting enable us to produce some of the most advanced product in Australia.
In recognition of our significant achievements in manufacturing, in 2008 Schiavello was inducted into the Victorian Manufacturers Hall of Fame, three years after Tony Schiavello’s individual contribution to manufacturing was recognised with his own induction into the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame.