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Two Melbourne Warehouses Hit Market in Growing Agri-Logistics Sector

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Two food manufacturing facilities in Melbourne’s south eastern suburb of Braeside will test the strength of the growing agri-logistics sector market.

The sector recorded $1.5 billion worth of assets transacting in the past two years, boosted by Australia’s industrial, logistics and agricultural markets.

CBRE director of agri-logistics Stephen Caffery says the Braeside properties are leased to food developer and manufacturer Flavour Makers for 12 years.

“Agri-logistics has all the ingredients to become the standout investment class in Australia over the next decade,” he said.

Caffery said the sector supports Australia’s $60 billion farm gate production industry each year.

“All of Australia’s agricultural products, at some point, will need to be processed, value-added, stored and transported for either domestic consumption or export markets.”

Related: Melbourne’s Industrial Land Booms 22.8pc

The two Flavour Maker warehouses at 91-97 Woodlands Drive and 223 Governor Road in Braeside could fetch a combined $30 million.
The two Flavour Maker warehouses at 91-97 Woodlands Drive and 223 Governor Road in Braeside could fetch a combined $30 million.


The properties comprise a lettable area of 15,450sq m, with a triple net annual income of $1,830,000 with fixed yearly increases of 3 per cent.

The listing follows transactions in the sector, including Charter Hall’s $207 million acquisition of the Ingham’s portfolio in December, and Qualitas’ $388 million sale and leaseback of Allied Pinnacle’s portfolio of 10 processing facilities in 2018.

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