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Dicker Data opens new warehouse expansion

Dicker Data opens new warehouse expansion

Doubles total warehouse capacity by adding 5000sqm

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Dicker Data's new warehouse space

Dicker Data's new warehouse space

Dicker Data has completed its new 5000sqm warehouse expansion. The new space, which more than doubles total warehouse capacity, was officially opened on Wednesday.

This comes hard on the heels of the recent announcement that Dicker Data has entered into a new finance facility with Macquarie Bank to allow for increased purchasing capacity with key vendor Hewlett Packard.

Chairman and CEO, David Dicker, said in a statement, “We are pleased to have completed work on the facility expansion and have already begun utilising the additional space available to us.

"This project has been instrumental in facilitating for the future of our business and will help support operations as we continue to grow.”

Specifically designed to increase warehouse efficiencies, the stage two expansion was completed well ahead of schedule.

Dicker Data is now considering commencing work on the third and final stage of development which would more than triple the original warehouse capacity.

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