Matthews' expansion drives company relocation
Following sustained growth, product identification and inspection company Matthews Australasia has announced it is relocating to new premises at 10 Lakeview Drive in Scoresby, Victoria.
Located in Caribbean Gardens Business Park, the building is 4000 m2 in size and has on-site parking for over 80 vehicles. This spacious 12,000 m2 site offers the company the opportunity to further expand in the future.
The facility includes open plan offices, a warehouse and a distribution centre featuring building materials and finishes that enhance natural light.
Mark Dingley, CEO of Matthews Australasia, said it will provide a range of benefits, including supporting efficiency for all departments and reducing transit times for supplier and customer freight.
“The decision to expand our head office in Melbourne reflects our ongoing success over many years as well as our confidence in the future,” Dingley said. “This is an exciting time for Matthews and marks a huge milestone for the company, our employees and customers, who will all benefit from the opportunities this expansion presents. Our new offices are an open, collaborative space, allowing for a better work environment for current and future staff and the opportunity for further business diversification and expansion.”
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