DHL Global Forwarding, the air and ocean specialist within Deutsche Post today open the doors of its new $61.6 million facility in Sydney.
DHL combined Sydney offices in a 19,619 square metre custom-built facility in Matraville.
Chief of DHL global forwarding for the South Pacific, Tony Bell, said the new facility would increase productivity for the company.
“The new premises provide for business growth and improved process capabilities which will enhance our productivity in the processing of our air and ocean freight cargo,” Bell said.
“Combining our Sydney operational sites into one purpose-built facility ensures we are bale to meet the future demand of our customers.”
DHL said the new facility is the largest in South Sydney and is made up of around 5000 square metres of office and 15,000 square metres of warehouse space.
Located close to Sydney Airport and Botany Bay means the facility will help to improve customer service levels and support corporate growth the company said.