Viridian Glass Launch New Trade Centre for Glaziers

To be launched in early May in Sydney’s South, Viridian Glass will open doors to its’ first ever Viridian Trade Centre (VTC), in Rosebery NSW.

Bringing together convenient access to range, immediate product and all the essentials, Viridian is embarking on the first of its kind in Australia to develop and support the local glazing industry.   

The Rosebery store is the first of a number of planned Viridian Trade Centres and Viridian has worked to develop a group of knowledgeable and experienced staff to offer support, service and product to the local industry.

With the official launch occurring on Thursday May 7 in Rosebery, the team will be on hand to meet and greet the local industry, with a BBQ, refreshments and fantastic giveaways. Drop by the site and you'll even be able to enter the draw to win tickets for you and 2 friends to join Viridian at the State of Origin, Game 1 on Wed 27 May. Full terms and conditions available here

As a part of CSR Building Products Group, and a business unit of Viridian Glass, the Trade Centre will act as a trusted source of information for industry improvements and developments.

Viridian Trade Centre Rosebery is set to be the first of many sites on the horizon for Viridian, and will be eagerly watched by the industry. For more information head to or visit the site at 116 Rothschild Ave, Rosebery.

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