Eyre Hub is looking for investors to build facilities and related services, that add high value to the road transport industry, for its strategically located trans-modal interchange hub in South Australia. Located Halfway Across Australia, and with more than 1,300 trucks passing through each week, Eyre Hub will be the vitally important East-West midway Service Centre that will cater to drivers and enable transport companies to meet their changeover/fatigue management obligations. As a strategic trailer changeover point with full amenities for heavy vehicle drivers in a central location including a weighbridge, Eyre Hub will service the high volume of East-West freight movement.

Site leases, partnerships and co-investment opportunities available for a range of options, including:

 

  • Fuel, Mechanical Trades, Breakdown, Retrieval and Tyre services for heavy freight vehicles
  • Fatigue Management Facility including accommodation and truck parking
  • Freight and Logistics Management Facility
  • Dangerous Goods Management Service
  • Breakdown and Retrieval Centre

Undeniably
strategic
location: En route to
everywhere

strategic-location

OTHER SIGNIFICANT ADVANTAGES
TO THIS UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY INCLUDE:

AMENITIES AND FACILITIES FOR TRUCK DRIVERS:

meals

Meals

truckies

Truckie’s Lounge

showers

Showers

Parking

Parking

rest-area

Rest Area

  • A prime location to build your driver changeover facilities with opportunity for triple road train hook up (discussions at the forefront of planning for the Road Transport Sector)
  • A strategic location with lease opportunities to build your dedicated commercial driver and trucking company service centre on a multi-user, community owned site
  • Improved efficiency with cost-effective investment in shared service provision for the heavy freight and transport industry and related industries
  • Manage Chain of Responsibility under National Heavy Vehicle Law
  • Improve fatigue management, reducing truck driver fatigue risk and thereby accident risk
  • Support workforce and skills shortage in cross country road transport operations with a mid-way changeover point
  • Reduce multiple border crossings for truck drivers, critical to meeting current COVID-19 challenges, keeping the essential service of freight movement open
  • Backed by a strong local community (Kimba), Eyre Hub is dedicated to offering a multi-user platform that includes essential services for trucking companies and truck drivers, including access to a multi-user weighbridge

Services For Vehicles:

Fuel

Fuel

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Trailer Change
Over Parking
& Facilities

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Mechanical
Trades

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Dangerous
Goods Handling

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Logistics
Management

Road-Transport

Road Transport
Regulatory Checking Stations

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Weigh Bridge

Tyres

Tyres

Regional-Training

Regional Training
In Heavy Vehicles Laws
And Chain Of Responsibility

Contact us to discuss these and other significant advantages of this investment opportunity as we approach requesting expressions of interest (EOI) from investors and developers.

Useful Links

National Heavy Vehicle Regulator | www.nhvr.com.au
Federal Government Freight Australia | https://www.freightaustralia.gov.au/sites/default/files/documents/national-freight-and-supply-chain-strategy.pdf For the first time, a national approach has been agreed to position Australia’s multimodal freight supply chains to face the challenges of the next 20 years and beyond. Developed by all Australian governments with extensive input from industry, the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy commits to action in four critical areas:

  • Smarter and targeted infrastructure
  • Enable improved supply chain efficiency
  • Better planning, coordination and regulation
  • Better freight location and performance data

The Strategy, and its associated National Action Plan shows in a joined-up way, the actions that all governments are taking on freight and provides a mechanism to ratchet up action and ambition from governments and industry to lift freight system performance. Federal Government Freight Australia Action Plan for next 20 years: https://www.freightaustralia.gov.au/sites/default/files/documents/national-action-plan-august-2019.pdf