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Australian Feather Mills Pty Ltd, trading as AFM Downia, imports and wholesales "Downia" brand quilts to Australian retailers. AFM Downia also supplies "David Jones" brand quilts to David Jones Limited.
Tooltechnic Systems (Aust) Pty Ltd (Tooltechnic) is a wholesale supplier of power tools and/or power tool systems known by the brand “Festool” or “Festo” to hardware and power tool retailers throughout Australia.
Tooltechnic Systems (Aust) Pty Ltd (Tooltechnic) is a wholesale supplier of power tools and/or power tool systems known by the brand “Festool” or “Festo” to hardware and power tool retailers throughout Australia.
Merja Pty Ltd, trading under the name Morley Cycles, engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct and made false representations during a ‘was/now’ advertising campaign, by specifying ‘was’ prices for bicycles that Morley Cycles had not previously sold.
Eternal Design Pty Ltd distributed to retailers 94 bunk beds under the description ‘Fantasy Bus’ which did not comply with the mandatory product safety standard for bunk beds. The bunk bed failed to comply with the Australia/New Zealand Bunk Bed Standard because of potentially hazardous gaps in the construction of the bunk bed and a guard rail with an opening that was too wide.
Pillow Talk Pty Ltd (Pillow Talk), importer and retailer of 'Pillow Talk' brand quilts, has acknowledged that the 100% goose down content claims it made for its 'Pillow Talk' brand quilts were false and liable to mislead consumers in likely contravention of the TPA.
Domayne Pty Ltd (Domayne), supplies 'Domayne Essentials' brand down quilts in its retail stores in Australia. Domayne has acknowledged that the 100% and 95% duck down content claims it made for its 'Domayne Essentials' brand quilts were false and liable to mislead consumers in likely contravention of the TPA.
Furniture Galore Pty Ltd sold 13 bunk beds to consumers under the description ‘Fantasy Bus’ which did not comply with the mandatory product safety standard for bunk beds. The bunk bed failed to comply with the Australia/New Zealand Bunk Bed Standard because of potentially hazardous gaps in the construction of the bunk bed and a guard rail with an opening that was too wide.