Fuji Xerox New Zealand relocates logistics operations to Auckland Airport

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Document service specialist Fuji Xerox New Zealand is relocating its logistics operations and technology center to a 68,900ft² facility at The Landing business park at Auckland Airport.

Gavin Pollard, managing director at Fuji Xerox New Zealand, said, “This facility will become the key logistics hub for our New Zealand operation. With this in mind, it was critical that we found a location that provided easy access to the Auckland region, to New Zealand, and to the rest of the world.

“We were also impressed with the scale and quality of Auckland Airport’s developments, in particular the planning and investment it is directing towards creating a world-class business environment. This in turn enables us to showcase our latest technologies, as well as catering to the needs of our staff and customers.”

Mark Thomson, general manager property at Auckland Airport, said, “We are thrilled that Fuji Xerox has selected Auckland Airport as its property partner and The Landing as its location of choice.

“The location already has outstanding connectivity, but what really sets it apart is the quality working environment we are creating, from the high standards of building and landscape design and the generous public spaces and planting, to the outstanding amenity that is available for staff and customers to enjoy.

“The fact that we control significant adjoining land holdings also means that customers can expect The Landing to continue to evolve to a high standard, in keeping with our long-term vision.”

May 6, 2015

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