Green Light Day is a collaborative initiative between the NSW Government and industry, aimed at promoting careers in transport and logistics. More than 500,000 people – almost 14 per cent of the NSW workforce – are employed in transport and logistics.
Targeting high school students in years 9 to 12, Green Light Day provides interested students with an opportunity to get hands-on experience in a transport and logistics career.
Qube is proud to be contributing to Green Light Day this year, by providing students throughout Sydney and regional NSW with the opportunity to get a first-hand look at roles within the transport and logistics industry, including logistics managers, freight loaders, forklift operators as well as train and truck drivers. The event was streamed live from Moorebank Logistics Park on Friday and more than 500 students registered their interest to attend.
Qube is proud to announce that the Moorebank Logistics Park has been awarded an Excellent Infrastructure Sustainability (IS) rating (for Design) from the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA). Read more here:
Great to have so many industrial leasing agents on site at Moorebank Logistics Park this morning to overview warehouse availability and provide a project update. Thank you to CBRE for hosting.
Take a look at the Qube warehouse at Moorebank Logistics Park – it is definitely a sight to be seen!
50,000sqm of space under one roof and it is progressing rapidly. Completion forecast for the end of 2020.
The Qube team was delighted to host the Woolworths Group for a press conference on-site at Moorebank Logistics Park yesterday. We are looking forward to delivering their unique purpose-built high bay facility, leveraging world-leading advancements in retail, supply chain, and semi-automated and automated technology.
Qube has today announced it has exchanged two Agreements for Lease and two Development Management Agreements with the Woolworths Group to develop new major warehousing across 26 hectares at Moorebank Logistics Park, the largest intermodal logistics precinct in Australia.
The new facility for Woolworths will consolidate operations into a unique purpose-built high bay facility, leveraging world-leading advancements in retail, supply chain, and semi-automated and automated technology.
Maurice James, Managing Director, Qube welcomed Woolworths to Moorebank. “We’re delighted Woolworths has recognised the significant competitive advantages available to tenants at the Moorebank Logistics Park. The benefits of railing containers direct from Port Botany to a terminal co-located with warehousing across a site the size of the Sydney CBD will deliver Woolworths time and cost efficiencies” he said.
Woolworths Group CEO Brad Banducci said: “The investment at Moorebank will transform the way we serve our NSW stores, strengthen our network and deliver on our ambition to create Australia’s best food and grocery supply chain.”
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