GE Aviation is gearing up for a move to a larger new facility at Brisbane Airport, with a recent on-site sod turning event marking the commencement of construction.Despite the setbacks and challenges of COVID-19, GE Aviation is committed to building for the future and will call a new 3,312sqm warehouse, located within the Da Vinci precinct, home in mid-2022.
Leading international freight forwarder Stockwell International is now calling Brisbane Airport home, after the grand opening of their new warehouse last month.Stockwell’s 1,500m² state-of-the-art facility, which includes an office space, warehouse, at-grade car bays, and associated hardstand for storage of sea containers, is located on Litsea Street in Export Park.
Skygate Home & Life Stage 1, which is already in full operation, is a significant contender to other leading Brisbane homemaker and large format retail centres. Currently 100 percent leased, premium retailers Nick Scali, TK Maxx, James Lane and Sleeping Giant, Pillow Talk, Early Settler, Oz Design Furniture, Lighting Illusions, DecoRug and Carpet Call are already enjoying the benefits of prime exposure to the millions of visitors to Skygate each year.
Airport Industrial Park is located next to the Export Park precinct at Brisbane Airport. This 100 hectare master planned industrial development will be a significant addition to the BAC portfolio of properties. With vacancy rates at Brisbane Airport at an all-time low, this will no doubt be a popular development for businesses looking to position themselves in the area.
Brisbane Airport Corporation’s (BAC’s) newest industrial tenant, Quality Foods and Beverages (QFB), has moved into its new purpose-built premises within Airport Industrial Park.QFB Director Frank De Pasquale said the relocation effort from the company’s expended Stafford complex took approximately 72 hours and the food and beverage supplier is relishing the growth opportunities their new 11,260m² facility will support.
On Tuesday 10 July, Dr Markus Miele, Co-Proprietor of Miele — the world's leading manufacturer of premium domestic appliances — visited the construction site of the new Miele Brisbane operations at Brisbane Airport. Brisbane Airport Corporation’s (BAC) property division, BNE Property, is responsible for delivering the 7,065m² tailored warehouse, office and showroom facility within the highly desirable Australia TradeCoast region.
Brisbane Airport (BNE) is leading the way establishing Australia’s first airport gigabit precinct with 250 km of new state-of-the-art full fibre infrastructure allowing existing and new business tenants access to ultra-fast internet connectivity. The gigabit network, created with a mixture of multi-mode and single-mode fibre, spans across the commercial, industrial and retail precinct at BNE, providing the technology backbone for future Smart City concepts.
Brisbane Airport continues to be the logical choice for aviation related businesses with Emerge Engineering and Maintenance (TCR) committing to a five year lease of 1165sqm at Airport Freight Centre 4 (AFC4), Export Park. The company has expanded from their previous airport warehouse to AFC4, a modern industrial estate with direct airside access.
Work has commenced on the new Skygate Home & Life centre at Brisbane Airport. Located adjacent to the existing DFO, the 9,260m² large format retail centre has attracted pre-commitments from tenants including Nick Scali, Pillow Talk, James Lane and Lighting Illusions. Scheduled for completion in September 2018, Skygate Home & Life is being developed by Brisbane Airport Corporation’s (BAC) property division, BNE Property.
AP Eagers is the latest major automotive group to commit to a number of sites with a total area of 61,400m² within Brisbane Airport’s $300m BNE Auto Mall project. Brisbane Airport Corporation’s (BAC) General Manager of Commercial Businesses John Tormey said the AP Eagers presence is fitting for the BNE Auto Mall. “We are delighted to have AP Eagers join us for the first of three stages of this iconic project.
Miele Australia has selected Brisbane Airport as the preferred location for its new Queensland headquarters following a formal market process managed by Colliers International. Brisbane Airport Corporation’s (BAC) property division, BNE Property, will deliver the 7,065m² tailored warehouse, office and showroom facility for the leading whitegoods manufacturer by the end of 2018.
Construction is now complete on stage one of Brisbane Airport’s 8,887m² industrial development Airport Freight Centre 4 (AFC4) at Export Park. Brisbane Airport Corporation’s (BAC) property division BNE Property delivered the first 5,000m² of the AFC4 development which takes full advantage of the site’s unique airside location. BAC General Manager Commercial Businesses John Tormey said the development was created with freight and logistics companies in mind.