Five times larger than the previous site, the new building includes a manufacturing area, quality assurance labs, dedicated customer training and seminar facilities, administration offices and conference facilities, as well as a ten-meter high warehousing space. From here the finished products will be shipped directly to Domino’s customers, sales channels and more than 200 distributors worldwide.
The new facility also incorporates the latest technology, including in-line mixing capability, palletization systems, innovative materials handling processes, automated filling lines with high speed rotary filling heads, and robotic automated handling systems.
“This new facility will accommodate the expansion of our fluids manufacturing capacity in line with growing demand, including a wider range of products and greater volumes,” Nigel Bond, Domino CEO, said.
The building also possesses sustainability credentials, ranging from roof-mounted photovoltaic cells that generate solar power, to drains that send rainwater and surface water into attenuation ponds for natural drainage or evaporation.