Goodman and Brickworks have plotted a bright future for CHEP with the development of 16,870 square meters at Rochedale Motorway Estate.

CHEP’s new warehouse will be a one-stop-shop for all your crate needs, from small foldable crates to more sturdy plastic ones.

The new manufacturing plant is environmentally conscious, with a 450-kilowatt solar system that will generate 700-megawatt hours per year.

Goodman, with his group, on the groundbreaking for the construction of the CHEP Service Centre.

The property will have LED lighting, rainwater reticulation, fully integrated wastewater treatment plant with solar hot water and movement sensor lights. This means you’ll be able to enjoy the benefits of these amenities while saving energy at no additional cost!

Jason Collins, ChEP Regional Operations Director Queensland, said the company identified Rochedale as an ideal site due to its strategic location and excellent road connectivity for customers.

General Manager of the Goodman Group Australia, Jason Little said that they are committed to delivering strategically located logistics space with easy access for consumers as well as sustainable facilities.

The joint venture project with Brickworks is an example of our ongoing collaboration and commitment to Brisbane. It will create 120 jobs for the duration of construction and 90 permanent positions once it has been completed.


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