AMI moves to new Sydney hub to cope with growth

Airfreight wholesaler AMI has moved to a larger building in Sydney in order to accommodate recent growth.
AMI’s new hub is almost double the size of the existing facility and is located in Hale St Botany, which is a few minutes from the airport’s cargo terminal.
The new facility will act as the international hub for much of AMI’s traffic to and from its growing domestic network of branches in Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Darwin, and Auckland and Christchurch in New Zealand.
AMI vice president South Pacific Geoff Young said: “Our Sydney business has grown dramatically in the last 18 months.
“The new building has been eagerly awaited by several new customers, and will enable that growth to continue.
“Our closer location to the airport, extended operating hours and expanded capabilities provide a more convenient and efficient alternative for agents than delivering cargo direct to, or collecting it from the constantly-congested airport cargo terminals.”
AMI has also extended its range of services to include 3PL and e-commerce support services, as well as ocean freight.

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