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WW Solutions inaugurates Derrimut processing centre

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Solutions has established an equipment processing centre in Melbourne, Australia, that will increase speed to market for OEMs operating in the truck, bus, agricultural and construction sectors.

WW Solutions’ said its equipment processing centre, which also focuses on specialised parts management, is located in Derrimut, approximately 14 km from the MIRRAT terminal in Melbourne.

Like the nearby processing site in Laverton, WW Solutions’ Derrimut centre offers processing options and capabilities for the growing mining and crane equipment markets. It is also using nationally implemented parts management software, which is operational across WW Solutions’ processing centres in Perth, Melbourne, Port Kembla and Brisbane.

“The investment in our newest facility in Derrimut has created significant assembly and fleet fitting capacity, which can be effectively used across our customer base,” said Paul Gibbs, national operations manager, WW Solutions Australia. “It offers 6,000 sq m of dedicated floor-to-ceiling racking for all of our customers’ parts management requirements.”

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