Our Story

40 Years Strong

So how did it all begin?

Comseat Australia begun its days as DSJ Chairs. We concentrated on Task chairs and Executive seating. After a few years, DSJ started to expand the range to include visitor seating. Everything made in-house with all components made in Australia; if we couldn’t make it in-house. DSJ Chairs grew into one of the biggest manufacturers of office seating in South Australia. After many years at the original location of Glynde, DSJ chairs moved our operations to a larger premises in Dry Creek.

After that, DSJ grew into Comseat Australia.

DSJ Chairs then began it’s campaign to go national. With a name change to Comseat Australia we expanded the range by acquiring machinery to manufacture more visitor seating – some of which we’re still making today! We’ve since created soft seating, Lounges, ottomans, modular seating, Hospital patient care seating, Lift Recliners, Aged Care and Hospitality seating. Back in 2010 we moved to our current location in St Agnes to consolidate and make production more efficient. We’re always looking to fill gaps in our range and are more than happy with direction from customers on this. From our own in-house sewing machinist, upholstery, timber frames, steel shop and dispatch – we like to have control over everything we possibly can to ensure the quality we’ve come to be recognised for.

Comseat Australia proudly supports these charities. 

Comseat has always been a family owned and run business. We are acutely aware that playing our part in assisting the community via the charities we support has a positive effect on our business. Whether that be the great feeling we receive when we help and assist others or by making products to donate in order to raise money. It’s a very satisfying feeling.

Over the years we’ve been involved in supporting charities and foundation by being a part of major functions. But lately, we’ve been out breaking sweat for charity dollars; taking part in EPIC charity rides, running the City to Bay and running Marathons.