New warehouse equipment store opens in Yarraville

New warehouse equipment store opens in Yarraville

Matt and Tony Bell.

Dexion Solutions is opening a Dexion Supply Centre in Melbourne’s Western suburbs, in Yarraville.

Located just 15 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, the Yarraville premises provides greater access to the business’s high level of expertise. It marks the business’s second location in Melbourne, with the other situated in Dandenong South.

Dexion Solutions’ managing director Matt Bell said: “Having a presence in both the Western and Eastern suburbs of Melbourne is a real benefit to our customers and staff, and extends our market reach even further.”

Dexion Solutions is the largest Dexion Supply Centre in Australia and has a unique range that sets the business apart from other distributors in the Dexion network.

With more than 65 industry experts based in key locations across Australia and New Zealand, Dexion Solutions is equipped to handle every aspect of a warehouse or retail fitout, including the ongoing management of customer-owned materials with a unique ‘3PL’ service.

Dexion Solutions’ management is “focused on building the best team in the industry and hopes this new location will attract even more great minds”. Dexion Solutions’ director Tony Bell said: “Dexion Solutions is committed to servicing our loyal customers and ensuring that we have the best people in our industry. This is only achievable by our multi-site approach and is demonstrated by our two offices in Melbourne, as well as Brisbane, Perth and Auckland.”

The new premises in Melbourne’s West is located at Unit 1, The Base, 10 Cawley Street, Yarraville. This recently developed estate in a growing area of Yarraville is positioned only a few minutes from the freeway.

The space includes an office and boardroom, along with a showroom for customers to view a select range of the available product range.

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