The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) has recently completed a high-end project with its premium-grade shopfront doors for the DFS Group at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Working closely with internationally renowned shopfitters Kingsmen & Co, ATDC has supplied its cutting-edge shopfront doors to secure the luxury store’s valuable merchandise. Kingsmen has a global presence with 19 offices worldwide, including Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Europe, USA and more. ATDC was involved with Kingsmen in all stages of the door design and installation process, and delivered quality shopfront doors to meet all Kingsmen’s tight handover deadlines.
Louis Vuitton, one of the world's leading international goods retailer, has the majority ownership of the DFS Group with over 9,000 employees in a global network of duty free stores in 11 countries. DFS has utilised ATDC’s shopfront doors on many of its international stores such as Hong Kong, Australia and Vietnam. Other than DFS, ATDC has also worked closely with architects, structural engineers, project managers and shopfitters to solve all technical, design and installation challenges, ensuring on timely handovers of quality products at competitive prices. For examples of other DFS Group projects that ATDC has worked on, please visit www.trellisdoors.com.au/aussie-company-provides-portable-concertina-doors-to-dfs-hong-kong-international-airport.
The shopfront doors supplied for this project are ATDC’s 300-mm panel polycarbonate infill doors. The curtain is manufactured from extruded aluminium sections with interlocking hinges that are suspended from a rigid overhead support track by commercial grade hangars with metal bearings. This permits the curtain to fold, slide and stack in a low friction action for functional integrity and longevity. Each of the shopfront doors supplied on this project has an S-bend curve shape in the top track with a 600-mm radius, allowing the door to change positions relative to the lease line at different points along the span. Up/down locking mechanisms have been supplied on this project to achieve an efficient and seamless lock up without the need for any cumbersome permanent/removeable mullions, which are normally used when overhead doors such as roller shutters are used. Whilst keyless emergency egress can be supplied on ATDC’s shopfront doors, this is not a requirement for this project. For further information on ATDC’s shopfront doors, please visit www.trellisdoors.com.au/products/commercial-security/folding-doors-and-shop-doors.
ATDC’s shopfront doors are currently exported throughout Southeast Asia, the Asia Pacific region, the Pacific Islands and the UAE. It’s management team’s expert knowledge and experience in product design, technical research and development, as well as ATDC’s long standing working relationships with its freight forwarders and logistics partners, are essential ingredients of its burgeoning export business. The company's management works closely with its overseas clients at all stages of the process and assists in satisfying all structural and design criteria to customise tailored solutions to meet the requirements of each international project. For further information on ATDC’s growing export business, please visit www.trellisdoors.com.au/exports/singapore.
ATDC’s shopfront doors are also sold throughout Australia, including all capital cities namely Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Canberra, as well as in all regional areas such as Townsville, Darwin, Newcastle, Geelong and Wollongong. For further information on ATDC’s full range of shopfront doors, please visit www.trellisdoors.com.au/products/commercial-security.