Eurolinx has confirmed that its showroom in Sydney’s Leichhardt will re-open on Tuesday 12 October.

“It has been a challenging 15 weeks, but we are looking forward to welcoming customers and partners back to our head office,” Eurolinx marketing manager, Daniel Bertuccio told Appliance Retailer.

“We will be complying with all government restrictions and advice and have made some changes to general procedure. Whilst bookings are not mandatory, they will be encouraged and patrons with bookings will receive priority.

“Post-purchase cooking classes remain on-hold, however, we will be available for over the phone tuitions via a booking system. If customers are unable to visit our showroom, our virtual tour is available. Our spare parts department will remain closed to public until further notice however online orders and free postage of items still applies during this period.”

Shriro is looking forward to inviting commercial specifiers, retail partners and suppliers back to its Chatswood showroom in December.

“Re-opening has been tentatively scheduled in line with NSW government guidelines, with full Covid safe practices in effect,” Shriro senior marketing manager, James Cocking told Appliance Retailer.

“We look forward to welcoming our partners back to our showroom with interactive digital presentations and hands-on experiences with our range of BBQs, watches, musical instruments, and appliances. During this time, the showroom will be available for business partners only.”

Electrolux has advised that the Electrolux Experience Centre (EEC) in Sydney’s Mascot will remain closed until further notice, as an integral part of both its customer and employee offering.

“With a staggered return of employees to our Mascot premises not envisaged until late this year, the EEC will remain closed until such time as public health orders permit us to present the EEC in a full operational state,” Electrolux communications manager, Mark Goodwin told Appliance Retailer.

“This will ensure we can provide an optimum experience for all users. Naturally, should the orders change, we’ll be ready to start welcoming people back in as soon as it’s safe to do so.”