Size matters to CEVA. The world's fourth largest logistics company has just moved into what it claims is one of the biggest sheds in the southern hemisphere, a half-kilometre-long storage and distribution facility equivalent to eight MCG playing fields in size.
Netherlands-based CEVA Logistics occupied the new $80 million single span building in Melbourne's western suburbs in August last year, part of a rationalisation that has also seen it consolidate into similar, although smaller, "super sites" in Brisbane and Perth.
"There's huge demand for this site," said CEVA's Australia and New Zealand managing director Carlos Velez Rodriguez.
The building acts as a staging, storage and distribution point for companies as varied as General Motors Holden, Mazda, Michelin and Continental tyres, NBN Co's equipment, items for Caltex's service station convenience stores and Accent shoes.
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