20 years with Altendorf
Frank Nemec made a telephone call recently. Frank owns and runs Eden Joinery, named for its home town on the Sapphire Coast along southern New South Wales. With an instinct for working in wood and a passion for his business, over the years Frank turned humble beginnings into a thriving venture with many domestic clients. For many years he has supplied the local building industry with kitchens, wardrobes, vanities, staircases, anything related to wood.
Aldo’s Kitchens & Joinery
Established more than 30 years ago by Aldo Panozzo, Melbourne based Aldo’s Kitchens and Joinery’s long term philosophy of using only quality components and machinery has certainly served the business well throughout the years. The primary workhorse at Aldo’s Kitchen and Joinery is their Altendorf Pro4U panel saw. One of the first of the new range of F45’s, the Pro4U features the PRO drive control unit
Situated in the industrial estates of Dural, Precision Cabinetmaking is one of the many Altendorf users who utilises the benefits of quality machinery. Currently on the factory floor are the Altendorf WA8 X panel saw and a Cehisa Compact S edgebander. When it comes to the saw, it is the combined efficiency and cut quality of the saw that have impressed business owner Chris the most.
The Parliament house, National Archives and the Australian War Memorial are typical hotspots you would find on a tourist map. However they are also some of the names you would find on an impressive Designcraft reference list. This not only reflects the calibre of work the organisation is engaged in but also the reputation accredited to the name.