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ACFS adds additional facilities in three states

The largest privately owned container logistics operator in Australia this week finalised the acquisition and integration of the IPS Logistics business in Brisbane.

ACFS Port Logistics have now integrated the business operations effective immediately.

The addition of 54,000sqm of warehousing and 16,000sqm of container Storage, as well as a transport fleet of higher productivity vehicles further expands the ACFS service offering within the Port of Brisbane and to the broader import and export market in Queensland.

“We are excited to welcome the IPS team members to the ACFS family, and proud to see our Brisbane footprint expand significantly so that we can continue to extend the proven benefits that ACFS is known for,” the company said in a statement.

Associated Customs and Forwarding Services (ACFS) was established in 2005 by Arthur and Terry Tzaneros in 2005 and handles more than 1.2 million TEU movements per annum.

The business employs more than 1,200 staff nationally.

Blue chip clients include IKEA, Coles group, Woolworths group and Costco.

ACFS has also recently expanded its Sydney footprint with 100,000 square metres of container intermodal space and an additional 15,000 square metres of warehousing.

The 28,000 square metre extension of ACFS’s FCL Depot at the Fremantle Port in Perth is already live.

Stage 1 of ACFS’s operations at the St Marys Intermodal terminal in the heart of the industrial precinct in Western Sydney has a dedicated container storage area of 100,000sqm.

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