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Miele opens new warehouse

Thursday, 25 Apr 2019 ( #920 ) - Sydney, NSW, Australia
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Miele's new facility
Appliance maker Miele is investing in its local distribution chain with two new Australian warehouse openings in 2019, including the largest centre outside of its German headquarters.

The new 17,000 sqm Sydney site, located at Eastern Creek, features a state-of-the-art office, technical workshop, warehouse operational area and large clearance centre to allow for the relocation and upgrade of Miele’s Rosehill warehouse, which the company has outgrown.

It follows the opening of a new 7,000 sqm Brisbane warehouse at Export Park earlier this year. The Brisbane purpose-built warehouse has allowed for the consolidation of a number of Miele locations and services under one roof.

Both warehouses mark continued growth for the established appliance brand, which is sold in more than 400 retail outlets across Australia and New Zealand, and has a fleet of 50 delivery vehicles, transporting more than 10,000 premium kitchen and laundry appliances to customers.
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