JD KEATING PTY LIMITED (JDK) is a privately owned business that designs, imports and wholesales home textiles, specialising in beach, bath and kitchen towels.

JDK supplies many of Australia's blue chip retailers and independents and also produces towels for many brands, promotional companies and for the hospitality sector.

Formed in 1997, JDK has grown from primarily supplying premium Egyptian cotton towels, to now wholesaling towels to customers with diverse markets throughout Australasia.

Our customers include BIG W, DAVID JONES, MYER, MYHOUSE and LORRAINE LEA LINEN. Our brands include WONGA ROAD, MAGNOLIA and SAND. BILLABONG, TIGERLILY, WAVEZONE, MAUI & SONS and HAYMAN ISLAND are among companies we have collaborated with.

JDK has established partnerships with textile mills around the world including in Egypt, China and India. Our products are only made in ethical mills that meet the social and environmental guidelines insisted upon by the world's top standard bodies. The mills continue to be audited to ensure they maintain that high standard. Relevant certification is available on request.

JDK has a design team which works tirelessly to ensure our goods are at the forefront of fashion and colour trends, something for which the company has become renowned.

JDK prides itself on meeting its customer's every need and has built up a great reputation for doing this consistently well. The operation is large enough to provide competitive prices but small enough to ensure quality service.

Honesty, integrity and loyalty are core values at JD KEATING. When we say we work in partnership with our customers we actually mean it.

Tim and Kristie Rumble

John De Courcey About JDK

John De Courcey Keating formed JDK but a short time later left this world prematurely. John/Jack/Dad was a great man with a big heart who would never dreamt his daughter and son in law would still be running his business more than a decade after his death. His picture hangs in our office as a reminder of him and also in the hope he is watching us as we make our way through the textile world he knew so much about. He probably wouldn't have wanted us to follow in his footsteps but we do hope he is proud of what we have achieved. VALE JK, we wish you were still here.