Stockland has begun construction on one of the largest logistics precincts in Victoria, with an estimated end value of around $2 billion and approximately one million square metres.
Melbourne’s new state-of-the-art logistics campus will be the first 95-hectare stage of a 260-acre development which is set to revolutionize how we think about industrial-scale manufacturing in Australia.
Stockland General Manager, Workplace and Logistics Tony D’Addona has said that the company is welcoming to businesses who wish to establish themselves in Melbourne’s western growth corridor.
Makita’s Australia director Nick Poulos said the company chose to position itself in Melbourne Business Park for future growth, and it looks like they picked a good spot.
Other businesses that will join Makita Australia at the business park include Ashi Hire, Califam Constructions Pty Ltd, Pelligra®, Winslow Constructors Pty Ltd, and Universal Corporation. Melbourne Business Park integrates into Mt Atkinson’s master-planned community as part of a broader plan approved by the Victorian Government.