A good year for Eagle Remac

17 February 2021

Eagle Remac says its “good trading year despite the prevailing doom and gloom” can be attributed to the merits of onshore furniture brands. Designer Geoff Ryall said the “complete” nature of the company’s offer, including its design, product quality and customer service, had been critical to strong trade.

“It has really reaffirmed the important relationship between Australian manufacturers and local retailers. We work hard to meet our customers’ needs in every respect, and it has paid off.”

Specialising in bedroom furniture, as well as some occasional pieces, the Melbourne based company had gone to great lengths to provide a wide array of co-ordinating pieces for each of its ranges, including practical and aesthetically pleasing storage solutions.

The recent return of consumer interest in the natural qualities of timber had also engendered a blend of the earthy and the contemporary, Ryall said, adding that new ranges to be launched later this year at Furnitex would most likely reflect the trend.

“As usual, we’re very excited to be showcasing our work at Furnitex. It’s been a big part of our calendar year since it started, and we always make a point of launching new ranges there.”

Eagle Remac will be on display at Furnitex from 15-18 July 2010 at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.

 

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