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Mainfreight boosts Australian facilities

Wednesday, 25 Oct 2017 ( #844 ) - Auckland, New Zealand
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Mainfreight's Newcastle expansion
New Zealand-based global logistics provider Mainfreight is expanding its operations in Bendigo, Albury, Toowoomba and Newcastle after completing over a dozen significant building projects in Australia's capital cities over the last three years.

"We are looking to move into more key regional areas, and Bendigo and Toowoomba are earmarked as locations to continue our strategy of wanting to control the delivery quality and to intensify our network," the company says in a statement.

Projected to be completed in 2018, construction is under way on a new purpose-built facility in Newcastle that will ensure the efficient and effective handling of freight. The site will boast a 5,800 sqm facility with 4,200 sqm of raised dock which will allow loaders to have better line of sight when loading product.
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