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DHL enters 10-year partnership with Mattel

DHL Supply Chain Australia has again partnered with global toy company, Mattel, to form a 10-year warehousing agreement.

The long-term agreement follows a successful five-year relationship between the companies and has provided the opportunity to upgrade Mattel’s warehousing with improved sustainability measures.

DHL has relocated Mattel’s warehouse operations to a new 31,000-square-metre site in Truganina, Victoria, which provides the space required to cater for growth.

The Truganina site has also been upgraded to achieve Green Star accreditation.

Its features include a 200kWp rooftop solar array, rainwater collection, Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards (WELS) rated water fittings, energy efficient high-volume low-speed fans and rooftop lighting which uses sunlight to illuminate the building.

DHL Supply Chain ANZ CEO, Steve Thompsett, said the new agreement demonstrates Mattel’s confidence in DHL’s capability.

“We enjoy a great relationship with Mattel and we’re thrilled to have entered this 10-year agreement and have their warehousing operations running from this new site,” he said.

“It’s a real honour for us to be helping Mattel bring their brands into people’s lives – such as Barbie, Hot Wheels, Fisher-Price and others – which have brought joy to children and fans in Australia for generations.

“We’re also pleased to help Mattel reduce operational costs and boost the sustainability of their warehousing with significant upgrades to their operation, delivered thanks to DHL’s global focus and expertise in this field.”

Mattel Asia Pacific Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Paul Faulkner, said the new long-term agreement solidifies Mattel’s great partnership with DHL over the past five years.

“This agreement ensures we have the operational infrastructure and expertise in place to secure our growth plans for the future,” he said.

“In our mission to deliver innovative products and experiences that inspire fans, entertain audiences and develop children through play, certainty and precision in our supply chain is vital.

“This expanded partnership with DHL ensures we can continue to improve the delivery of these experiences across the Australian marketplace.”

In other news, the speed limit of New South Wales’ WestConnex motorway has increased from 80km/h to 90km/h.

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