CEVA opens new facility in Sydney

Logistics company, CEVA, has opened a facility in Sydney, Australia, the first warehouse to be opened in a new industrial park.

The new 34,000 sqm warehouse, in the Aspect Industrial Estate, is strategically located in close proximity to the Western Sydney Airport and has access to key transportation routes.

“With the unveiling of our warehouse in Kemps Creek, CEVA is demonstrating our dedication to investing locally and expanding our footprint of sustainable logistics in Australia,” said head of contract logistics for CEVA Logistics in Australia and New Zealand, Michael Harich. “We remain committed to acting for the planet and finding better ways to deliver long-term business benefits for our customers.”

As part of the CMA CGM Group, CEVA aims to achieve net zero by 2050, and after two years of  planning, the Kemps Creek distribution warehouse is built to specifications that prioritise sustainability and technology in its operations.

Notable features include market-leading temperature control technologies, state-of-the-art racking and traffic management for seamless flows, the company said. In addition, 1,510 solar panels are installed for an 830kW photovoltaic system with battery, as well as translucent roof sheeting, LED lighting, electric vehicle charging points and rainwater harvesting to help water conservation.

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