Gro-Market Logistics expands operations

Pick-and-pack and supply chain service supplier Gro-Market Logistics (GML) has recently expanded its FMCG operations with a number of new regional distribution centres (RDC) in NSW and Victoria.
Gro-Market Logistics now has five RDC, with the most recent relocation being in Victoria. 
According to Nigel Jesson, national logistics manager, the RDC expansion was needed because of the continued growth of the business and will allow GML to service its client base more efficiently.
“With five strategically-located RDC, GML now has the ability to service each region with a fast turnaround,” Mr Jesson said. “We also operate two business entities out of the five RDC: the Gro-Market Logistics business and also the GML Pick and Pack operations, allowing us to pick, pack and despatch 2,500 orders each week.”  
Regional distribution centres
In addition to the GML group head office being based in Queensland, the group also has two Queensland distribution centres: a 2,300 square-metre facility in Richlands and a 4,000 square-metre facility in Rocklea.
New South Wales has two distribution centres: a 10,500 square-metre, 13,000-pallet facility located in Glendenning and a 3,000 square-metre facility at Yennora.
The newly-relocated Victorian distribution centre is a 8,300 square-metre, 8,000-pallet facility located in Derrimut.

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