Geodis plans Brisbane Airport facility

By Damian Brett

Source: Geodis

Freight forwarder Geodis will open a new warehouse at Brisbane Airport.

The 4,500 sq m facility is due to be operational in the second half of the year and will feature 4,000 pallet locations, 1,500 sq m of bulk space and a cool room for perishables to supply marine and hospitality logistics customers, especially cruise lines.

Geodis said the facility is “strategically located” at Brisbane Airport and is 14 km from the central business district and 22 km from the Port of Brisbane.

“It will serve the growing logistical needs of Geodis’ customers,” the company said.

The facility will provide “airfreight, ocean freight, contract logistics and customs brokerage solutions for its customers in a wide range of market sectors, including automotive and FMCG”.

In Australia, Geodis currently offers 30,888 sq m of warehousing space across seven locations.

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