Strategic Assets Division

The Strategic Assets division houses Qube’s key expansion projects and investments.

Moorebank Logistics Park

The 243 hectare site located at Moorebank, NSW will be the largest intermodal freight precinct in Australia. The development includes an import-export rail terminal connected to the container stevedoring terminals at Port Botany via the South Sydney Freight line. The IMEX terminal will be capable of handling more than 1 million containers per year. An interstate terminal will also be developed connected to the national rail network capable of handling 500,000 containers per year of freight from regional areas and to Melbourne and Brisbane. Qube will be the owner and operator of both rail terminals.

The site is large enough to accommodate the two rail terminals and up to 850,000 square metres of warehousing. Qube has all the development, property and asset management rights.

Visit the Moorebank Logistics Park website

Minto

The 30 hectare site located at Minto, NSW is adjacent to the South Sydney Freight Line with convenient access to the M5, M7 and Hume Highway.

The site is capable of being developed as another intermodal rail terminal with up to 112,000 square metres of warehousing.

Currently the site is being leased for automotive storage and processing.

Quattro

Quattro is a grain loading facility located at Port Kembla, NSW owned by Qube in joint venture with 3 major grain traders, COFCO, Cargill and Emerald. This modern facility can handle up to 1,200,000 tonnes of grain per year. Qube Rail provides grain haulage services to users of the facility.

TQ

TQ, short for, Tonen General and Qube, is a joint venture with major Japanese refiner, Tonen General. TQ has development approval to construct a bulk liquids facility at Port Kembla capable of distributing more than 1 billion litres of product annually.

AAT Facilities Management

AAT operates terminals at Webb Dock Melbourne, Port Kembla Sydney and Fisherman Islands, Brisbane as multi-user facilities able to be accessed by stevedores of automotive vehicles, containerised and break-bulk cargoes.

Qube-AAT ACCC Undertaking