Alloys Strengthens Queensland Operations with New Distribution Centre in Wacol

Leading Australian technology distributor Alloys has opened a new distribution centre in Wacol to service the company’s growing business in Queensland.

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More than a hundred of Alloys’ Queensland-based partners and customers, including major tech brands such as Lexmark, Epson, Kyocera, and Promethean, attended the opening of the company’s new distribution centre in Brisbane late last month.

The new Wacol facility features a warehouse utilising Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) picking technology to boost efficiency and consistency for Alloys’ Brisbane and Far North Queensland customers. It also includes expanded showroom facilities, meeting rooms, training rooms and kitchens that customers can utilise. 

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Alloys’ CEO Paul Harman stated that the new distribution centre provides an eight times increase in size from the company’s previous Brisbane warehouse in Acacia Ridge, allowing Alloys to better serve the growing Queensland market. 

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Mr Harman said Alloys is really keen to continue investing in Queensland, noting this is the third facility the company has opened in Brisbane in the past 10 years as Alloys has continued to grow.

Mr Harman explained that Alloys can help customers demonstrate products, run events, and use the space as their own, with the facility designed to feel like the customer’s own.

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He also noted that Alloys is seeing strong growth in its AV business, particularly in panel sales, as well as its building and security technology offerings in the Brisbane market. He said there is a great market for intercoms, access control and security cameras in Brisbane, with growth in those areas outpacing the southern states.

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The new distribution centre in Wacol aims to help Alloys capitalise on untapped potential in not just southeast Queensland but also Far North Queensland, as the state continues to see a lot of new build activity, especially in the office fitout space utilising the latest technologies. 

Published 12-April-2024