Looking for office paper that is Australian made, Brilliant White and Australian Forestry Standard Certified? Brilliant! Brilliant is proudly made by Australian Paper right here in Australia which supports local jobs and our economy. Brilliant is tested to perform in all printers, faxes and copiers and is also certified to the Australian Forestry Standard which is recognised by Standards Australia® and globally endorsed by the PEFC, the world's largest sustainable forest certification system.
Reflex has been proudly made in Australia since it's launch in 1984. As Australia’s favourite office paper, no other office paper enjoys close to 100% brand recall amongst paper buyers and continues to be the preferred brand of choice for its reliability, quality and performance and strong environmental reputation. By choosing Australian made products, such as Reflex over imported ones, the Australian economy gets the benefit, Australian jobs are protected and paper users can be sure they are purchasing sustainable products that are made to world-class environmental standards
Manufacturing for generations our reputation is synonymous for quality that delivers every time. Tudor is a leading brand of Australian Office and has an extensive range envelopes and stationery products that inspire confidence at work, home or school. You can trust Tudor for reliable, high-quality products that get the job done.
Ranging from A4 & foolscap manilla folders to suspension files, lever arch files, sheet protectors, archive boxes, document wallets & system cards, Olympic has a number of products that satisfy all filing needs. Also available, is our premium range of coloured Olympic cloth tape in 5 different sizes, suitable for all binding or packaging requirements.
Kevron is a Melbourne; Australia based company specializing in the manufacture and distribution of a range of high volume, high quality, low cost identification products and associated accessories. The company was established in 1952 by Mr Ernie Chambers. His sons Kevin and Ron Chambers were responsible for managing the company from 1975 up until their retirement from the business in 2003.