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Bunnings Warehouse consolidates operations to achieve cost savings

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Bunnings Warehouse, the largest hardware chain in Australia and New Zealand, had multiple decentralised distribution centres serving the Sydney Metro area and NSW. The company aimed to reduce cost duplication and operational inefficiencies by centralising its distribution centres and its Australian headquarters. This could be done by relocating to a Central Distribution Centre in New South Wales with an area of about 20,000 sqm, which will provide savings and improved logistics to retail outlets.

Jones Lang LaSalle was appointed to undertake an Expression of Interest on behalf of Bunnings Warehouse for this highly sought-after lease mandate. Our firm rolled out an effective campaign designed to generate maximum competition and leverage for the project. In the end, we delivered a solution ahead of the programme timeline and within Bunnings Warehouse’s rental parameters.

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