We proudly announce that our first export order to Israel was shipped in October 2018.
We met the customer at Heimtextil in January 2018 and after samples, testing and marketing they placed a large order for our premium quality Alpaca Gold Quilts in September for immediate shipment to catch the short 2018/19 winter in Israel.
Pictured here is Aleksandar Danovski, Sales Manager and Trevor Beuth, Managing Director of Kelly & Windsor Australia during the container loading. Due to local labelling requirements in Israel the care labels were translated into Hebrew and our insert packaging was also partially translated into Hebrew. The customer is a leading high end bedding and interior design retailer in Israel and we look forward to growing the business with them in future years.
We also found out that we thought we had identified all of the world's different quilt sizes, but no, we found two more, the Israeli quilt sizes are unique being 150cm x 200cm and 220cm x 200cm.
Another first for Kelly & Windsor Australia.
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I noticed a Facebook post last weekend "who owns Kelly & Windsor Australia?" Is it really an Australian owned business?
We are a 100% owned Australian owned and operated business. The ownership of the company is on the pubic records and we extensively use the Australian made and Owned logo under a licence agreement with The Australia Made Campaign.
Despite the challenges of the Covid pandemic, we have maintained full manufacturing and shipping operations since the initial out break. We are actually struggling to met demand for our luxurious Australian Made bedding collections.
We have instigated strict Covid Safe Policies and Practices and are prepared to offer full support to staff who may be effected in these difficult times.
We were on TVSN with our Alpaca Gold 400 winter quilts and pillows with two shows in June which were both sold out.
These shows were the first time featuring our finest pure Alpaca Gold quilts and despite not being able to be in the studio in person, the shows were a great success with repeat orders required to fill customer back orders.