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Tascot Carpets joins The Australian Made Campaign
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May '08
Tascot Carpets, Australia's only axminster carpet mill, announced that it has joined the Australian Made campaign to support its range of commercial and residential carpets.

The iconic green and gold kangaroo Trade Mark of Australian Made will be carried on all stock range products and promotional material.

The logo together with the Australian Carpet Classification Scheme (ACCS) certificate will be placed on carpet store display samples informing potential customers of where the carpet is made and its durability and appearance retention performance rating.

With many well known carpet brands being made overseas there is a general confusion in the market over which companies supply Australian made product.

By clearly labelling our products with the Australian Made Trade Mark, our customers can be assured of what they are purchasing.

Tascot Carpets is Australia's only axminster weaving mill and is a wholly owned Australian company employing more than 150 people Australia wide.

We look forward to our continual growth as a proudly Australian Made manufacturer of fine quality woven carpets.

Tascot Templeton Carpets Pty Ltd


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