Tractor supply store on sale
QC Supply, one of the largest privately-owned supply chain management companies, has sold its flagship store on Brisbane’s Gold Coast to the owner of a new car park.
Key points: QC Supply owns a large car park in Brisbane’s CBD, and will soon open a large, private supply store in its own CBD storeQC supply store owner has set up a company that will provide large scale supply for new car parksQC has bought the car park and is planning to convert it into a large supply storeQCI has a large stock of private transport supply in Brisbane, and is also in the process of acquiring another storeThe QC supply chain manager’s purchase of the store comes after a number of car parks have been sold in the Brisbane CBD over the last few months.
It comes after QCI acquired a large parking lot in the CBD for the future construction of a large private transport facility.
The company is building a new supply store next to its car park, which will be the largest car park owned by the company.
“We have a lot of potential here, and I’m excited about the opportunity to develop our portfolio into a multi-million dollar supply chain business,” QCI chairman Andrew Jonson said.
QCI is planning a large-scale supply chain in Brisbane that includes car parks, roads, road maintenance and new transport facilities.
Its Queensland branch has already been established in the Gold Coast CBD, with more than 3,000 vehicles, including 300 trucks.
But Mr Jonson is confident that the new business will be able to deliver on the vision he has set out.
“The Queensland car park is a good example of a car park that has already gone through a lot in terms of road work, and there is a huge opportunity for QCI to develop into a supply chain that will be very, very competitive in Brisbane,” he said.
“We know that we’re going to be very competitive as well in Brisbane and the greater Brisbane region, and that’s why we’re working so hard to develop the QCI supply chain.”‘
We’re looking for the next big thing’Mr Jonson also said that his new business is looking for “the next big idea” to deliver “the biggest benefit”.
“We are looking for a new, exciting opportunity to take our company forward,” he added.
“This is our next big opportunity.
We’re looking to invest in new growth opportunities in Brisbane.”
Mr Jenson said he would look to build on his existing supply chain, with a focus on “local supply”.
“This will enable us to take a new approach to supply management, which is to deliver a sustainable and efficient business in a sustainable way,” he explained.
“And that means sourcing from suppliers in Queensland and overseas.”QCI said the acquisition was a “significant milestone” for the company and its operations, as it would be the first time the company had purchased a large vehicle park.
“A key part of our business is the carpark.
It’s the most well-known car park on the Gold, and has seen significant growth over the past five years,” Mr Jason said.
The QCI Supply chain manager is a long-time Queensland business, with over a decade of experience.
It started in the 1980s, and Mr Jasons business grew rapidly over the years.
“Our goal is to take QCI further and make the most of the opportunity we have here in Queensland,” Mr Jason said.
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