Toll Group unveils plans for Singapore logistics hub

Toll Group unveils plans for Singapore logistics hub

Toll Group, the transport and logistics provider recently acquired by Japan Post, has unveiled its blueprint for a 100,000 square metre “Toll City” logistics hub in Tuas, Singapore. In a statement issued yesterday (27 July), Toll said that the S$228m five-level, ramp-up facility will house state-of-the-art automation systems.

Speaking at a ceremony to mark the start of works,  Toll Global Logistics CEO Chris Pearce said: “Toll City will redefine warehousing solution options for its customers through leading-edge technology and innovation in a world class facility. We will be ready to increase Toll’s productivity and meet warehousing capacity demand in a region that is set to become one of the largest economic blocs in the world.”

Pearce added that Toll City was scheduled to be completed in mid-2017.

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