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F&B manufacturing precinct seeking EOI’s from tenants

Located on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, TURBINE’s Collaborative Food & Beverage Manufacturing Precinct will enable small and medium-sized enterprises in the food and beverage sector to innovate, scale and access export opportunities, helping grow the industry.

As construction for the food and beverage manufacturing precinct set to commence soon, TURBINE is currently inviting expressions of interest (EOI) from potential tenants.

Chief executive and project manager, Andrew Eves Brown, said “Turbine is set to become Australia’s leading industry-based food and beverage research, education and commercialisation facility.

In the lead up to construction, TURBINE is now seeking EOI’s from parties interested in leasing space in this new facility.

Eves Brown said, “It will become the blueprint for collaborative manufacturing and is already attracting significant interest nationally and internationally with food and beverage manufacturers keen to leverage our capabilities and shared services.”

TURBINE announced there is a total area of up to 9,100m2 available to food and beverage production lease.

“This area is available for manufacturing activities and is supported by a number of shared services such as steam, refrigeration and waste water treatment,” said Eves Brown.

Tenants will also have access to a collaborative industry-led R & D Centre and warehousing.”

Tenancies are expected to be available for occupancy from mid-2025, with possible early access for tenant fit-out works.

The EOI will close on Friday 24 May 2024 at 5:00pm. More information, including the Leasing IM and the EOI form can be found via this link: TURBINE – Leasing Opportunities

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