Salta Properties’ Nexus Dandenong South Industrial Estate has added three longterm tenants to its list of major users of freight infrastructure.
Tigerpak, InfraBuild and Schneider Electric signed long term deals at the 180 hectare site.
Packaging supplier Tigerpak have made a seven-year commitment, while integrated manufacturer of steel long products and solutions InfraBuild and energy provider Schneider Electric have signed a 10 year and five-year agreement respectively.
Sam Tarascio, Managing Director of Salta Properties, says the centre is thrilled to welcome a diverse mix of tenants.
“Our 180 hectare estate is located in the traditional heartland of industrial property in the south east of Melbourne. Nexus Dandenong South appeals to tenants due to its connections to the city, the Port of Melbourne, and major commercial, retail and residential areas,” he says.
Nexus Dandenong South is already home to major users of freight infrastructure including Woolworths’ $215 million Melbourne South Regional Distribution Centre and Bunnings’ 40,000 sqm Regional Distribution Centre.
Major logistics businesses Visa Global Logistics and Silk Contract Logistics also run operations through the estate.
Tigerpak will occupy a 5057 sqm warehouse and accompanying office space.
InfraBuild have secured a 15,974 sqm warehouse with an office and gate house, while Schneider Electric has committed to a 9339 sqm warehouse, expansive marshalling area, office space and 72 car spaces.
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