ATDC is proud to have participated in the recent upgrade at Springetts Arcade, a  landmark historical commercial building in Bowral in the NSW Southern Highlands.

Springetts Arcade is an institution in Bowral having opened in 1972 and is still in the hands of the original owners, the Springett Family.

ATDC were engaged by Mark Springett, the current proprietor, to design, supply and install its market leading transparent roller shutters to all tenancies throughout the ground floor in the property’s recent upgrade.

These roller shutters are attractive and elegant and capable of spanning an aperture of 5.5m wide x 4m high. The translucent feature allows shoppers and passers by full view of the merchandise on display in the retail tenancies when these stores are locked and closed. And they help give a warmth  and  cosmopolitan feel to the entire property which few other commercial closures can achieve.

For further information on ATDC’s transparent roller shutters visit their website at  or contact ATDC toll free from anywhere in Australia on 1800657435.

Clearvision Roller Shutters for Rhodes Railway Station

The Australian Trellis Door Company’s (ATDC) new RS7 Clearvision roller shutters were recently installed to secure a retail tenancy at Rhodes railway station.

These shutters have the latest automation technology with electric operation through security key switch activation from the external of the premises. They are also available in a manual option with key lockable security. These aluminium roller shutters have a clear anodised finish although the full range of Dulux powdercoating colour finishes is available to suit any colour matching requirements. The clearvision shutters have a transparent polycarbonate curtain infill permitting maximum through vision.

Project manager for this installation was Younis Shopfitting.

For further information on ATDC’s full range of commercial roller shutters see their website at or contact them toll free from anywhere in Australia on 1800657435.