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Welcome to Caesarstone

By Media Release

Following practical completion of Warehouse 3, Qube would like to welcome Caeserstone Australia to Moorebank Logistics Park.

The 10.145sqm facility will house the group’s head office, including a state of the art warehouse and public facing showroom for customers.

Congratulations to project managers, Archile Projects and builder Hansen Yuncken on this achievement.

MLP 2019 Timelapse

By Media Release

The commencement of operations at the Intermodal Terminal at Moorebank Logistics Park is a landmark milestone with trains carrying containerised freight now running between Port Botany and Moorebank.

Earlier this year, Target Australia established their NSW distribution centre on site in Warehouse 1. Personnel have moved into the state of the art 40,000sqm facility as the retailer prepares for full operations in the new year.

Construction on Warehouse 3 and 4 on the eastern boundary of the site is well underway with completion expected early next year.

Last month, Qube received approval for Moorebank Precinct West Stage 2 and Kalmar only earlier this week packed the IMEX terminal cranes on board a ship due to arrive in Sydney in the new year.

Our project teams have achieved such a significant amount of project delivery milestones in 2019 and there is only more to come.

The attached short animation physically shows how Qube is shaping Moorebank Logistics Park. Stay tuned for an exciting 2020 as we deliver Australia’s largest freight infrastructure project.

Warehouse 3 and 4 nearing completion

By Media Release

Not long now until Warehouse 3 (17,800sqm) and 4 (22,500sqm) are completed at Moorebank Logistics Park. Warehouse concrete pouring is complete with glazing and partition works underway throughout the office space. Scheduled for an early 2020 completion for both warehouses.

MLP Cycling team complete the 2019 Tour de PIF

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The Moorebank Logistics Park cycling team completed the Tour de PIF bike ride on Friday and we are pleased to announce that the team raised $5,626.84. The ride started and finished in the beautiful Scheyville National Park, an hour north-west of Sydney, with the course looping through the scenic Hawkesbury Valley. The event aims to raise funds for the Property Industry Foundation house program that provides vital support for at-risk and homeless young people. Between 2017 and 2021, the Property Industry Foundation is building 125 bedrooms in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane – so that young people have a secure place to call home. Well done to everyone who rode and those who supported the team.