• Jet Technologies expands operations with launch of first Brisbane warehouse in Crestmead, Queensland.
    Jet Technologies expands operations with launch of first Brisbane warehouse in Crestmead, Queensland.
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Jet Technologies – a leading provider of print, packaging and industrial solutions in Australia and New Zealand – has opened its first distribution centre in Brisbane.

The new facility, located in Crestmead, Queensland marks a significant milestone in the company’s expansion strategy and commitment to meeting the growing demand for its products and services.

The decision to establish a distribution centre in Brisbane comes as Jet Technologies continues to experience strong growth in Queensland, and increased demand for its products and services across Australia.

With the addition of the Brisbane distribution centre, Jet Technologies aims to improve delivery times and provide exceptional service to its valued customers in Queensland and beyond.

“The opening of our first distribution centre in Brisbane is a testament to our ongoing commitment to delivering excellence and exceeding customer expectations,” said Jack Malki, director at Jet Technologies.

“Our investment in Queensland demonstrates to local and national clients our commitment to the region, and that we are focused on providing them with the very best service with the convenience of inventory located nearby.

“This enables our clients to serve their own customers better and the results are positive for everyone.”

Spanning approximately 2000sqm, the new Brisbane facility will enable Jet Technologies to stock a wider range of products, and accommodate larger inventory volumes.

The expansion reflects the company’s dedication to optimising operations and ensuring that customers have access to market-leading products and solutions.

The strategically chosen location of the warehouse in Crestmead offers convenient access to major transportation routes, facilitating seamless logistics and ensuring timely deliveries to customers across the region.

Additionally, the modern and well-equipped facility adheres to the highest industry standards for safety and security, providing customers with peace of mind knowing that their products are in good hands.

“We invite our customers, partners and stakeholders to celebrate this exciting milestone with us, and we look forward to welcoming them to an Open House event at the new distribution centre in the near future,” Malki concluded.

Jet Technologies currently has offices and warehouses in multiple locations throughout Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia.

The expansion reflects Jet’s dedication to optimising its operations and ensuring easier access for its solutions to its customers.
The expansion reflects Jet’s dedication to optimising its operations and ensuring easier access for its solutions to its customers.

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