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Synnex expands into new premises

Synnex expands into new premises

Synnex will be able to hold six times its current amount of stock in the company’s new premises in Highbrook Estate, an industrial park in south Auckland.

Country manager Richard Harri says the move from its old building in East Tamaki is a strategic move as major courier companies are also setting up at the estate. “It will give us the ability to move our order cut-off time later, so we can hit the whole of New Zealand next day.”

Synnex’s new facilities at Highbrook total 1000 square metres, with a 300 square metre office. Pictured outside the building are operations manager Rex Chen, Harri and Australian-based logistics manager Ray Weng.


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