Multinational transport player Toll Group to unveil $228m logistics hub

| Logistics & Supply Chain Management

On 27 July, Toll Group, a division of Japan Post, unveiled its blueprint for Toll City – a 100,000 square metre Toll City logistics hub that is expected to complete in mid-2017. The S$228m five-level, ramp-up facility will provide automation systems and warehouse solution options through high-tech options and the integrated transport and warehouse systems.

[Left to Right]: Mr Brian Warry, Regional Director, South & South East Asia, Toll Group; Ms Eunice Koh, Assistant Chief Executive Officer, JTC Corporation; Mr Ryutaro Yamamoto, Senior Executive Officer, Japan Post; Mr Teo Ser Luck, Minister of State, Ministry of Trade and Industry; Mr Chikashi Isayama, Executive Vice President, Japan Post; Mr Adrian Lochrin, Chargé d'Affaires, Australian High Commission; Mr Kelvin Wong, Assistant Managing Director, Singapore Economic Development Board and Mr Vincent Phang, Chief Executive Officer, ST Logistics.

The estimated completion of the facility will also coincide with the planned 2020 completion of the Tuas Port which will handle up to 65 million TEUs per year when fully operational.

Mr Kelvin Wong, Singapore Economic Development Board's Assistant Managing Director, said that Toll City “demonstrates Singapore’s position as a strategic base for regional supply chain operations, as well as Toll’s Group commitment to set new benchmarks for Singapore’s logistics industry by creating solutions that drive productivity growth.”

Press Release and Speech
- 27 July 2015

Multinational transport player Toll Group to unveil $228m logistics hub