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Toll opens new freight terminal in Hobart


Australian logistics leader Toll Group has started operations from its new A$24 million (US$22.5 million) freight terminal in Hobart, a 17,000-square metre facility on a 6.8 hectares site at the Brighton Transport Hub.
The official opening of the intermodal freight terminal in Tasmania's newest freight hub was conducted by the Tasmanian Premier Will Hodgman and Toll Group managing director Brian Kruger.
Premier Hodgman congratulated Toll on its new facility and their longstanding contribution to the Tasmanian economy. "Toll Group's investment in the Brighton Transport Hub is welcome investment in Tasmanian infrastructure."
Mr Kruger said the facility will benefit Toll's customers and the Tasmanian economy through improved domestic and international freight services.
"Toll has been a supporter of the development of the Brighton precinct for many years. We see this as a long-term investment in Tasmania's freight future, which has obvious economic benefits for Hobart," Mr Kruger said.
"This investment underpins other key investments we're making in the state, that includes the purchase of next-generation replacement vessels for our Bass Strait shipping service earmarked for 2018," he said.
Mr Kruger also pointed out that the new facility will reduce trucking in and out Hobart. The new facility handles general and refrigerated freight, offers warehousing and distribution services and container storage, according to Shipping Gazette.

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