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AirCArgo AsiA-PACifiC • FEB-MARCH 2016 • Page 19 New WA headquarters for Ceva Logistics NEW state-of-the-art facilities for global supply chain company Ceva Logistics at Hazelmere and High Wy- combe in Western Australia have been well received by major customers across the automotive, energy and mining and consumer and retail sectors. The new multi-million dollar 60,000m2 multi-user complex at Hazelmere, and 40,000m2 integrated transport and new vehicle storage facility at High Wycombe, recently were opened by Bill Marmion, Western Australia’s minister for Finance and Mines and Petroleum. Both warehouses feature industry-leading technol- ogy, processes and optimised layout configurations. The sites have also been built incorporating sustaina- ble design features including translucent roof sheet- ing for natural light, high efficiency T5 warehouse lighting, solar hot water systems, drought resistant landscaping and rainwater harvesting. The multi-user Hazelmere site boasts some 4,600 racking locations, continuous loading docks with dock levellers, a weigh-in-motion weigh bridge, a 4,000 m2 breezeway, advanced mate- rials handling equipment, integrated warehouse management IT systems and a bonded ware- house. The High Wycombe site has been designed to process around 25,000 vehicles each year. The fa- cility features hail protection nets, an automated car wash and truck height detection sensors. The new buildings are near the Perth Airport freight hub and key arterial roads including the Roe, Tonkin and Great Eastern Highways in close proximity to key infrastructure, and air and ocean service connections. Clayton Noble, managing director Australia and New Zealand for Ceva said: “Our new facilities are an important investment that will give our customers tangible benefits through economies of scale, shared resources and industry-leading tech- nology. Pictured at the opening (L-R): Clayton Noble, managing director Australia and New Zealand for Ceva with Bill Marmion, Western Australia’s minister for Finance and Mines and Petroleum. Bill Marmion and Clayton Noble inspect the new facility.