Decor is thrilled to announce partnership with Australian Made Campaign

Décor is thrilled to announce that from 31st August 2020, Décor will be partnering with The Australian Made Campaign, working together in partnership to support and protect Australian jobs and industry.

Australian Made Chief Executive, Ben Lazzaro, said, “With a local manufacturing history of more than 60 years, Décor is an exciting example of Australian manufacturing excellence. A staple in almost every Australian home, Décor has been satisfying consumers’ appetite for genuine, high-quality Aussie products. The Australian Made logo helps Décor make a powerful statement about its product offering and highlights the company’s commitment to local manufacturing. It is the perfect addition to an already strong, industry leading Aussie brand.”

Décor Managing Director, David Chin, said, “Décor has always been proud to be an Australian-based company, supported by Australians, for Australians. Décor remains fully operational in 2020 (albeit with some COVID-specific changes) and is actively and proudly supporting and protecting Australian jobs and industry. This pride is shared with our customers right across the country as they can take comfort in the knowledge that by shopping the Décor range, they’re ultimately supporting local jobs.”

Over the coming month, Décor will feature the official Australian Made logo across their Australian designed and manufactured ranges including Microsafe and Tellfresh. The famous Australian Made logo is the true mark of Aussie authenticity. It’s Australia’s most trusted, recognised and widely used country of origin symbol, and is underpinned by a third-party accreditation system, which ensures products that carry the logo are certified as ‘genuinely Australian’. (Source: https://www.australianmade.com.au/)

Décor is also thrilled to be supporting Australian retailers throughout this time – reliably ensuring orders are filled faster than some off-shore competing brands thus keeping retail shelves full and giving consumers access to the products they need for life in “the new normal”.