Global supply chain solutions provider, CHEP, has been announced as the latest tenant to join Perth’s Roe Highway Logistics Park.
The 56-hectare industrial park launched in February is located adjacent to the State Government’s Kenwick Rail Freight Facility, offering Category RAV 7 Network accessibility from both Roe and Tonkin Highways.
CHEP will occupy a four-hectare lot, with a custom-designed 9,000 square metre facility, set for completion mid-next year.
Linc Property’s Judd Dyer said securing CHEP, a subsidiary of ASX listed Brambles (BXB), as a major tenant reflected the growing demand for new premium industrial estates in central locations.
Phil Darbyshire, Regional Operations Manager at CHEP Australia, said that relocating to the Roe Highway Logistics Park will allow CHEP to centralise its Western Australian operations.
In addition to amenity, Roe Highway Logistics Park offers a range of sustainability initiatives including storm water management, solar energy and on-site treatment and recycling of waste water.
Over 50% of the site is already committed, the final stage of civil and landscaping works for Roe Highway Logistics Park anticipated to be complete by the end of the year.
Other confirmed tenants and businesses include Northline, Brady, K Trans WA, Expro, BP, Silk Contract Logistics, JOEST, Dynapumps and Fuwa K Hitch.