Davell Products Pty Limited have been manufacturing quality sheet metal products, in the same location at Kirrawee NSW since 1946, when the business was founded by Mr Ross Davies and Mr Thomas Bidewell … hence Davell.
Seventy four years later the third generation are still producing Australian made quality products together with excellent service.
Following the second world war, Davell manufactured electric stovettes progressing to a range of upright and benchtop electric ovens sold mainly through, the then, County Councils. Due to competition from overseas Davell sold the oven business to St George Ranges Pty Ltd in 1987.
Today, Davell’s expertise focuses on a range of high quality steel products including clothes lockers, multi storage lockers, school lockers, laptop lockers, powered laptop lockers, locker stands and benches, bench seating, tambour door cabinets, hinged door cabinets, bookcases, planter boxes, adjustable steel shelving and mobile shelving.
Davell also manufacture innovative custom designed products to meet the particular needs of customers.
All products are finished in scuff and scratch resistant environmentally friendly thermoset powder coat and are available in an extensive range of colours.
As from the 1st January 2006 all Davell manufactured products include a Lifetime Warranty.
Australian sourced raw materials are used exclusively throughout the manufacturing process.
Our customers include:
Davell’s customers include: CBA, Westpac, ANZ, Toyota, Qantas, Sony, CSIRO, Department of Defence, Sydney Trains, NSW Police Force, NSW Fire Brigade, SES, Dairy Farmers, Arnotts, Goodman Fielder, Merck Sharp & Dohme, Pfizer, Bayer, Sydney Opera House, SBS, Fujitsu, Woolworths, Google, Alcatel Lucent, Four Points by Sheraton, Hyatt Regency, Sofitel Wentworth-Sydney, Abbotsleigh School, Ravenswood School for Girls, The Illawarra Grammar School, Brigidine College-St Ives, Presbyterian Ladies College – Sydney, Methodist Ladies College-Burwood, The Kings School-Parramatta, The Treasury, Parliament House-Canberra.