This year, Stramit celebrates its 30th birthday. But our story started long before 1989.
Our roots originally came from various family-owned roofing, rainwater and roll forming businesses - some of which dated back to the 1890s. This explains why an entrepreneurial spirit, high quality standards and good old-fashioned customer service runs deep in our DNA today.
Fast forward to 1989. The Stramit we know today was born after KH Stramit and Amatek Building Products joined forces.
Since then, we've developed new products, which have been recipients of Australian Design Awards.
In 2019, this journey has made us what we are today. That is, one of Australia's largest steel roll formers which offers a national network and strong commitment to safety and quality, while knowing our customers by their first names.
And we’ll continue to evolve. We know the best is yet to come.
We start with various small Australian businesses.
Stramit Industries is created and starts manufacturing roofing, tiles and modular buildings.
1970s - 1980s
Amatek (formerly Monier Metal Building Products) acquires family-owned businesses such as Pallier & Sons, Monodeck, Handford Industries and Maxspan.
KH Consolidated acquires Stramit Industries, and then JL Rolling Mills, before changing its name to KH Stramit.
Monier, parent company of Monier Metal Building Products, sells its concrete tile division along with the Monier name, and changes its name to Amatek.
Stramit Corporation is formed following the merger of Amatek and KH Stramit.
Stramit launches Speed Deck Ultra®, a 700mm wide cover, concealed fixed roof decking. Wins esteemed Australian Design Award.
Stramit acquires Victoria-based steel roofing, rainwater and roller door manufacturer Creeks Metal Industries.
Stramit launches innovative CapacityPLUS™ in Queensland to offer excellent water carrying capacity.
Fletcher Building Group acquires Stramit.
Creeks roller door division is renamed Stramit Doors and relocated to Kilsyth site.