Steber launches composite product range

Steber launches composite product range

Steber International has launched a range of composite fibreglass products to enhance enjoyment of your maritime lifestyle.

But it’s not solely restricted to the water environment, as several items can be easily adapted for land-based use around the home, farm or business.

Steber managing director, Alan Steber, said the launch of the expanded range of fibreglass mouldings and products, as well as general chandlery, is a natural extension of the company’s boat manufacturing and refit business.

“We are also happy to manufacture plugs and moulds to suit an individual client’s needs”, Mr Steber added.

Products include: houseboat steps and ladders, pontoon mouldings, small marina steps, landing platforms, marina storage boxes, helm consoles, fly bridges, cockpit canopies, bow sprits – even barbecue bench mouldings and playground equipment.

Delivery can be arranged for around two weeks from the time of ordering, depending on the item selected.

Steber also carry a wide range of chandlery items and can also quickly source marine engines and generating sets, engineering including shafting and castings; plumbing fittings and fixtures including stainless steel and alloy tanks.

Propellers, marine upholstery and timber cabinetry, entertainment systems along with electronics and radios are also part of the fit-out process.

Full safety equipment, international paints and even fibreglass repair kits are all part of the extensive service offered by Steber.



Supply Chain Controller, Finn Stricker updates the comprehensive chandlery division at Steber International’s Taree factory complex. Below: Four step moulding showing stainless steel handrail (optional extra); storage locker with shelving (optional extra).

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