The fast-growing facade cladding manufacturer in Australia, known for its focus on fire safe products, AODELI Australia (AODELI), announces today the opening of a new warehouse in Melbourne. The opening of a dedicated facility in Melbourne shows AODELI’s commitment to servicing its loyal customers in this area as well as the East & South Coast of Australia in general. The Company now has warehouses in both Brisbane (headquarters) and Melbourne.
Located in the south-east suburbs of Melbourne at 40 Canterbury Road, Braeside, the new AODELI warehouse will serve the current and growing number of customers within Victoria and South Australia. With a full range of stock available, customers will also benefit from faster and more efficient deliveries, plus be able to collect panels as and when required. The Melbourne facility will also act as a meeting point for installers, architects and builders looking for collaboration and assistance on their construction projects.
“We started looking for a warehouse in Melbourne early last year as demand for our products increased dramatically in this area along with our installer network. It was important to our business to find the right location that would have not only the space required for our stock requirements but also be in a convenient location to suit our customers. Our warehouse ticks all our boxes and more and we look forward to seeing our customers on a regular basis,” commented AODELI General Manager, Wayne Saunders.
The launch of the new AODELI warehouse comes just weeks after the Company announced the appointment of uber-experienced Samantha Sullivan as Business Development Manager for NSW/ACT. Samantha has over 10 years of experience in the construction industry and a wealth of knowledge and connections. AODELI also announced this week the appointment of Louise Kempster as Business Development Manager for QLD. Louise is also a seasoned professional within the construction industry.
ADOELI arrived on the construction scene in Australia in 2015 at a time when aluminium cladding was under intense scrutiny for unsafe practices that have led to hundreds of buildings around the country requiring façade rectification and replacement of non-compliant panels with compliant alternatives. With a strong commitment to only supplying “fire safe” products, AODELI’s rise has been steady as the market looked for new manufacturers to meet the needs of new Building Codes. AODELI’s range includes a variety of non-combustible aluminium cladding options including the popular NCP (non-combustible panel) and SAP (solid aluminium panel).