BEAUMONT TILES ACQUIRES WAREHOUSE AS PART OF GROWTH STRATEGY

BEAUMONT TILES ACQUIRES WAREHOUSE AS PART OF GROWTH STRATEGY

A WAREHOUSE the size of two rugby fields will house Beaumont Tiles' distribution centre in the Brisbane suburb of Rochedale.

The 12,500sqm centre is part of the tile retailer's aggressive growth strategy and part of a $10 million plus investment in Queensland.

Beaumont Tiles will also launch the first of its concept stores, The Beaumont Studio, in Fortitude Valley in early 2016.

The distribution centre will sit on a major north-south arterial with easy access to the western corridor via Logan motorway and will service all of Queensland and Northern NSW.

Managing director Bob Beaumont says the state of the art warehouse is being constructed for efficiency, safety and speed.

"Our distribution strategy is focused on getting the best possible product to the customer in a way that suits them no matter who that customer is," says Beaumont.

"Our brand and product mix has certainly evolved and so has the Australian appetite for designer looks and trends.

"We've seen innovations in tile manufacturing that has meant we can offer an incredibly diverse range at prices even for the more premium product that are affordable."

Beaumont says it's an exciting time for the company as it marks its formal entry into the high design market.

The warehouse and concept stores are set to open in early 2016.

Help us deliver quality journalism to you.
As a free and independent news site providing daily updates
during a period of unprecedented challenges for businesses everywhere
we call on your support

Four ways businesses can use artificial intelligence to triumph in 2022
Partner Content
The last two years have delivered major disruption to the technology industry and broad...
PROS
Advertisement

Related Stories

QLD Premier confirms borders to reopen four days early

QLD Premier confirms borders to reopen four days early

With Queensland health authorities expecting the 80 per cent double...

Charter Hall and GIC drop $335 million on Canberra office building

Charter Hall and GIC drop $335 million on Canberra office building

Charter Hall and Singaporean wealth fund GIC have today acquired an...

Cyber weekend sales make November the biggest month in Australian online shopping history

Cyber weekend sales make November the biggest month in Australian online shopping history

November was the biggest month in Australian online shopping histor...

Aussie Broadband launches $344m bid for Over The Wire

Aussie Broadband launches $344m bid for Over The Wire

One of Brisbane’s Top Companies Over The Wire (ASX: OTW) has ...