A history of innovation
Doric has a long history of pioneering and innovating many aspects of what the industry sees as standard today. With our strong focus on R&D and a global reach, Doric has been able to provide the highest level of design, testing, service and delivery standards.
ALG starts their own business.
DN201 Flush Bolt launched! Copied by many and still popular today.
DH3 & DH8 Launched! The industry standard hinge which is still the standard today.
The first ever spring balance system for aluminium windows had landed.
The first ever spring loaded and adjustable roller was launched into the security market.
The first ever auto adjusting foot system for spring balances was launched.
The launch of the DS401, first ever sliding lockable window lock.
The launch of the DS60 first ever sliding door lock chassis with interchangeable handle styles.
The release of the polesium based chainwinder with it’s 100% corrosion resistant base.
The DH40 Hinge wins the AWA most innovative component award.
The MK4 chainwinder wins the AWA most innovative component award.
The DN8000 wins the AWA most innovative component award.
The DN8000 wins the Good Design Awards product design category.
Doric began operations above an old racehorse stable in 1972 as a tiny brass window fabricator under the guidance of the founding directors Ray Long and Roy Alchin.
We have now expanded to a multinational private business servicing the Asia Pacific and North American regions, supplying the hardware industry with quality, innovative and market leading window and door hardware.
Doric has a long and proud association with Australian motorsport stretching back to 2004. A passion of the owners, our motorsport sponsorship is a key driver in brand awareness and relationships with our customers.
Celebrating 18 years in 2022, Doric is proud to support Will Davison, Dick Johnson Racing and Anton DePasquale in the Supercars Championship, Bryan Staring & Desmosport Ducati in the Australian Superbike Championship and Hunter McElrea in the USA Indy Lights ChampionshipFollow Doric Racing Doric - 15 Years in Australian Motorsport