Toll to build new logistics hub in Singapore

Toll Group, a division of Japan Post, has unveiled blueprints for a new 100,000m² logistics hub in Tuas, Singapore.

According to the company, the S$228m site dubbed ‘Toll City’ will include a five-level, ramp-up facility complete with new automation systems to help improve productivity and operating efficiency for Toll’s customers in Singapore and throughout the Asia Pacific region.

“The size and scope of this investment is a testament to Toll’s intent to achieve supply chain excellence in Asia Pacific for its customers,” said Chris Pearce, CEO of Toll Global Logistics.

“Toll City will redefine warehousing solution options for its customers through leading-edge technology and innovation in a world class facility. We will be ready to increase Toll’s productivity and meet warehousing capacity demand in a region that is set to become one of the largest economic blocs in the world.”

At the ceremony to mark the announcement, Pearce was joined by Guest-of-Honour, Minister of State for Trade and Industry, Teo Ser Luck, and Chargé d'Affaires, Australian High Commission, Adrian Lochrin.

According to Toll, construction of Toll City is expected to be complete by mid-2017.

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