Kebblewhite

No reviews for this business Add a review
  • (02) 6280 ####
  • 10 Whyalla St
    Fyshwick ACT 2609

    Map
    Click to view map

About Us

Located in Fyshwick, ACT, Kebblewhite are a Import & Export Agents & Merchants supplier providing the full range of Import & Export Agents & Merchants products and services including import, free on board and containers over an extended service area. We can be contacted during business hours or after hours by prior arrangement.

View similar businesses near: Fyshwick ACT

Import & Export Agents & Merchants

  • There are no reviews for this business
  • Asia Pacific Brands Pty Ltd

    “I have been using speedy sponges from your silver clean range for my work in tropical plants. I have been so impressed with them I have a few other of my collegues onto them.
    I was told today that they won't be getting any more at a large chain in SA that I buy them from and would like to know if I can get them direct from you. Today I purchased what the store had left, 17 packets. (lol)”

    Value
    Service
  • Asia Pacific Brands Pty Ltd

    “I bought an Asia Pacific Brands broom,a commercial grade tie broom costing nearly $20.Within a fortnight it broke.The handle was tubular metal which screwed onto a plastic thread on the head.At the point of breakage the plastic was 2 mm wide in a hollow circle. This means the stress of sweeping was borne by 2 mm of plastic; hardly commercial grade!”

    Value
    Service
  • Figtree Cellars

    “We recently celebrated the launch of our new busiiness in Wollongong. I rang Chris at Figtree Cellars and asked him to put together a drinks package for 80 adults, both drinkers amd non drinkers. The range and quality of drinks he supplied for the price he charged was incredible. The launch was a big success and some of my guests were actually complimenting me on "my" choice of wines.
    Thanks very much guys......full marks.”

    Value
    Service
  • AnneMarie Cousins on 27th Nov 2012

  • Tony Hammill on 22nd Apr 2012

  • Fisho on 19th May 2007