Wiley have won a contract to expand a refurbish Cerebos Australia's warehouse.
The group has signed the $8 million contract to provide Cerebos with a larger, optimised warehouse space to address its current logistics, storage, and safety issues.
Andrew Newby, Wiley's business development manager, explained they had worked closely with Cerebos to "design a modern, future focused logistics solution," adding that "a significant considering [in its design] when planning for the delivery of the upgrade and expansion elements was minimising disruption to the existing product flows".
Wiley has now entered the construction and delivery phase of the project, with completion set for late next year.
This contract award comes just a month after Wiley won the AIB Queensland Chapter’s Excellence in Building State Award for ‘Research, Development and Technology’ for its work another food manufacturer, Primo, and the construction of its $136 million smallgoods factory in Wacol, Queensland.