About Us

 

About Us

 
Décor Engineering Aust is a privately owned company who have been making masks, painting and involved in Vacuum metaliser operations since the 1970's.
 
The company was founded by Anton Derlet after seeing a need and servicing customers from his shed at home. Within a year he moved to a factory site to scale up production.
 
In the 1980's George Reisacher joined and developed further the techniques while increasing the Intellectual property of getting very accurate masking and painting work which previously was almost impossible to achieve.
 
In mid 1990 Cedric Lazarus joined and with a wealth of expertise in the Vacuum metalising from his time working at Hella. The company then purchased its first 2 metalisers off a subsidiary of Hella to supply the market directly.
 
During 2006 Tim and Natalie Dash joined the company and develop new products while still retaining the expertise and years of experience from Cedric & George.
 
Tim has had over 10 years of working for GMH and has a background of information technology, electronics and automotive experience. Natalie has over 15 years in the Printing and scanning industry.
 
Décor Engineering Aust has utilised its three areas of expertise on many different products over the years including wood trims, upholstery , door trims, glue and fabric components.
 
The majority of our staff have worked for the company for over 15 years and are very dynamic and adaptable for the ever changing needs of our customers.
 
At Decor Engineering Aust, our goal is to provide you with courteous, expedient, professional service of the highest calibre.
 

 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE

 
1. QUOTATIONS
 
Quotations apply for 30 days unless specifically varied and are exclusive of sales tax. The placement of an order resulting from quotation implied your full acceptance of the terms and conditions stated herein.
 

2. DELIVERY

 
Delivery date is stated in good faith but may vary due to circumstances beyond the seller's reasonable control. Reasonable endeavors will be made to deliver the exact quantity ordered. However orders are conditional upon +/- 5% being allowed for overs and shortages, the same to be charged or deduced pro rata.
 

3. LIABILITY

 
(a) No warranty is given that work done or goods supplied are suitable for the buyer's purpose, nor shall the seller be liable for damage resulting from their unsuitability for any purpose, nor for any loss resulting from third party claims occasioned by error or negligence in carrying out work or by delay in delivery.
 
(b) No warranty is given by the seller or responsibility accepted by him to ensure that goods produced comply with the requirements of any legislation relating to the marking and/or labeling and/or packaging of goods. Compliance with the requirements of such legislation shall be the sole responsibility of the buyer.
 
(c) The seller shall not be liable for injury, loss or damage direct or consequential, arising out of the use The customer assumes all risks and liabilities whatsoever in connection therewith. There are no oral agreements or warranties collateral to or affecting this agreement.
 

4. FORCE MAJEURE

 
Reasonable efforts will be made to carry out the terms of any order but performance is subject to causes beyond the seller's control or to inability to secure materials except at enhanced prices due to such causes.
 

5. CANCELLATION OF ORDER

 
Cancellation or suspension for 30 days of any order will entitle the seller to payment in full for the portion of the work performed or for materials or services specially procured.
 

6. PROOFS AND ARTWORK

 
(a) Buyer's property will be held at his risk and the seller will take reasonable care but cannot be held responsible for losses of or damage to such goods or for their insurance.
 
(b) No responsibility will be accepted for errors in proofs passed by the buyer.
 
(c) Author's corrections on and after the first proof will be an extra charge to the buyer.
 

7. CLAIMS

 
The seller shall not be bound to consider any claim alleging that the goods are not in accordance with the contract unless made in writing within fourteen (14) days after receipt of goods by the buyer.
 
8. DEFAULT
 
If the buyer makes default in payment or commits an act of bankruptcy, or being an incorporated company, passes any resolution for winding up, we reserve all rights to withdraw or cancel this contract in so far as it remains unperformed, in all or in part, without any liability on our part.
 

9. VARIATIONS

 
These terms and conditions shall govern any contract unless expressly waived or varied in writing but so as not to release the buyer from any other obligation herein.