Fusion Plast (Aust) relocates to Northgate site and will pay $175,500 pa

by admin | 31st May 2012

Fusion Plast (Aust) P/L, a South Australian based and UK owned provider of high quality and innovative plastics, engineering products and services to the domestic and South East Asian irrigation, mining and aquaculture industries, has committed to a lease on a property at 146 Crockford Street, Northgate, and will be paying $175,500 pa in rent. The firm is relocating from 62 Trade Street, Lytton, due to the new site’s better shop frontage.

King & Co’s David Knox, handled the deal while the lessor is undisclosed. Mr Knox was also responsible for the Trade Street transaction, which occurred 2 years ago.

This site comprises 1,755m2 of space including a clearspan warehouse accessed via four container height roller doors with two levels of brick and glass fronted office. It also allows semi parking and car parking for 22.

Formed in 1997, Fusion Plast opened this and the previous Brisbane outlet in order to better serve its east coast customers, especially for poly fabricated items and poly pipelines. In addition to its locally made products, it represents a range of European manufacturers, especially of polyethylene. Moreover, the firm is Australia’s only distributor of large diameter sweatband used for mining, irrigation as well as civil work and can guarantee immediate delivery. The Fusion Plast manufacturing facility also provides high quality plastic pipe fittings as well as specialised fabrication such as tanks, chutes, pump guards, air compressor covers and wear linings.

As part of its growth trajectory, it should be noted that Fusion Plast started  domestic operations with a staff of only 2, now has more than 16 and  anticipates further staff expansion.

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