New Gold Coast Service Centre announced

New Gold Coast Service Centre announced

International express provider DHL Express will open a new purpose-built service centre on the Gold Coast, within the key industrial area of Molendinar. Expected to be fully operational in the second half of 2018, DHL says the service centre will have a particular focus on small and medium-sized enterprises between the Gold Coast and the mid-north coast of New South Wales.

Upon completion, the 3,000 square metre state-of-the-art centre will feature nine on-grade roller doors to the warehouse area and two crossovers that allow separate areas for customer access and truck deliveries. The new centre will also be fitted with parcel lockers accessible 24/7 for customers to pick up their shipments any time.

CEO and senior vice president of DHL Express Oceania Gary Edstein said: “Our Gold Coast Service Centre’s prime location in the industrial zone will allow us to continue providing the best service for our customers, who can then further grow their businesses.”

Construction has already commenced on the service centre, with the new freestanding building located on Anisar Court, between Jade Drive and Harper Street, just off Ashmore Road.

 

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