GEODIS moving to Brisbane Airport’s Export Park


Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) announced that transport and logistics services provider GEODIS will be moving to Brisbane Airport (BNE), with construction commencing on a purpose-built warehouse at Export Park. The facility will be located on Westringia Road and will feature 600 m2 of office space across two levels and 4,500m2 of warehouse space including 4,000 pallet locations, 1,500m2 of bulk space, and a cool room for perishable goods.

Martin Ryan, BAC Executive General Manager Commercial, said it is fantastic to have another great tenant join BNE’s growing business community. “Brisbane Airport’s size, accessibility, and amenity continue to attract great commercial and industrial businesses, and we are extremely pleased that GEODIS has selected BNE as the perfect place to continue to grow its business. The BNE property team is gearing up for a busy year and we are building to match the extraordinary demand for industrial properties in South East Queensland. There will be a lot of growth across the BNE precinct this year with our speculative development warehouse and distribution facility well under way, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg,” Ryan said.

Stuart Asplet, Sub-Regional Managing Director, Pacific at GEODIS Australia, said the new facility will allow GEODIS to showcase its expertise in import and export services including customs brokerage, regulatory compliance, and complete supply chain transparency. “GEODIS in Brisbane already has a strong package of solutions for our customers. This new, strategically positioned facility will not only enable us to meet the fast-changing needs of our customers today but will give us ample room to grow our offerings in the market.”

The project is generating more than 60 construction jobs and is expected to be completed by mid-2022.

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