Tenant Leasing Group (TLG)

How to reduce warehousing costs?

Top tips:

  1. Negotitate a rent reduction or improved terms at an existing site
  2. Relocate to a site better suited to your business requirements
  3. Rationalise your warehouse portfolio with strategic lease surrenders
  4. Utilise a specialist tenant rep for your next site search and lease negotiation

E-commerce is growing - from meal kit services and online groceries to fashion and apparell brands, wine and liquor delivery, electronic goods retailers, co-warehousing, data centres, you name it.

And many of these businesses need warehouses - for distribution, manufacturing, sorting, storage, fulfilment and other uses. Australia has a fixed number of warehouse sites available for lease at any one time. Fierce competition means that if you want to find the right location for your business, you need to know what is coming onto the market and when.

Savvy business leaders know that having a specialist advisor on property leasing can save time and money - not just by negotiating better rental prices, but by securing sites at the right time, preventing downtime, stock wastage, and other costly inefficiencies.

It’s not all about the biggest, newest sheds. A lot of the time, what is needed is a site that matches location, capacity, zoning, usage and longer-term strategic requirements.

Tenant Leasing Group wants to work with new and established e-Commerce businesses who want to take advantage of great incentives and rental opportunities that are on offer, if you know where to look.

We're here to help businesses minimise warehousing costs and improve supply chain efficiency.

Get in touch.