ADTC moves into Sydney

Melbourne-based Australian Diamond Trading Corporation (ADTC) will open a new office in Sydney early next year to meet “a strong demand for diamonds” in NSW.…

Melbourne-based Australian Diamond Trading Corporation (ADTC) will open a new office in Sydney early next year to meet “a strong demand for diamonds” in NSW.


The office, in Sydney’s Pitt St, will be headed by Lonn Miller, a former director of Miller Diamonds which closed in July after being placed in voluntary liquidation.


ADTC owner Paul Ivany said the company was proud to have Miller open its new office.


“Lonn has an excellent knowledge of diamonds, and is passionate, experienced and hardworking,” he said.


“Opening an office in NSW will allow ADTC to better service existing clients and provide an opportunity to develop new partnerships in the region,” he said.


Miller said the new office would enable ADTC to better service NSW clients with faster delivery.


“They won’t have to worry about shipping items to and from Melbourne,” he said.


ADTC, originally trading as PSM Diamonds, opened its doors for business with just two staff in 1986 and now employs around 20. The business wholesales “Australia’s largest stock of certified and non-certified diamonds” including Argyle pink diamonds as well as a range of diamond-set jewellery.

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