Centurion spends big to expand operations

Logistics operator Centurion is spending $10 million to prepare itself for significant growth.

April 15, 2011

Western Australian logistics and transport operator Centurion is continuing to expand, announcing a $10 million investment in new and existing facilities.

Following from its $40 million splurge on a new supply base at Hazelmere, the company says $10 million will be spent on new premises in Broome and upgrades to its Port Hedland facilities.

The company says the Broome facility stretches 20,000sqm, while the upgrade to the Port Hedland site includes a new warehouse, offices, dock facility and sealed lay-down area.

Centurion, which runs a fleet of more than 750 trucks, operators sites in Carnarvon, Kalgoorlie, Karratha, Kununurra, Newman and Tom Price.

Executive General Manager Mark Doig says the new Broome site and the upgrade of the Port Hedland facility will prepare Centurion for significant growth throughout Western Australia’s north west region.

"These new developments improve our capability to support the regional communities in the Kimberley and Pilbara whilst also providing much needed investment to sustain the increase in infrastructure projects through the region,’’ Doig says.

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