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Finding a suitable warehouse for Samsung Electronics Australia

Samsung Electronics Australia, a wholesaling electrical goods company that imports Samsung-branded electronics for the Australian market, owned two separate warehouses that were already at full capacity. Samsung needed a new warehouse to accommodate its short-term stock requirements. However, there were very few suitable options available. Thus, Jones Lang LaSalle’s resources and expertise were needed to look for and help acquire a warehouse in Homebush Bay as quickly as possible.

After a rigorous search process, we identified a 12,000-sqm warehouse near Samsung’s offices, which is soon to be vacated by a logistics company. Subsequently, a short-term lease was negotiated, enabling Samsung to occupy the warehouse within three months.

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