Colliers International bolsters Industrial services in Victoria

Strong demand for industrial property continues to drive team expansion across Victoria

Colliers International continues to grow its industrial presence in Melbourne with the appointment of two new specialists across the eastern market.

Michael Burne to and Richard Wilkinson have been appointed as Executives based in Colliers International’s Melbourne East office.

Tony Iuliano, Colliers International National Director of Industrial, said the appointments would bolster the Victorian industrial team and expand its offering to clients across the popular eastern industrial market.

“Michael joins us with an extensive knowledge of the Dandenong market developed throughout his time in property management within the area,” Mr Iuliano said. “He will continue to develop his experience in sales and leasing in the south east industrial market, working closely with Justin Fried and Gordon Code.

“Richard joins Colliers International with several years of experience as a sales and leasing executive catering to the needs of a broad range of private clients.

“The arrival of Richard and Michael will bolster our Melbourne East industrial team, which continues to grow."

These key appointments follow the ongoing expansion of Colliers International’s industrial team across Victoria.

2016 has also seen the appointment of several other integral appointments and promotions, including Adrian Rowse (Director) and Lachlan Dornauf (Executive) in the Melbourne CBD office; Damian Marinelli (Executive) and Charlie Woodley (Executive) in the Melbourne North-West office; and Maria Mitsios (Executive) in the Melbourne East office.

“The Victorian industrial market continues to dominate on a national scale in 2016,” Mr Iuliano said. “We expect to continue seeing significant growth across all our key geographic locations, in the south east, western, northern markets and city fringe markets.

“Demand and capital continues to flow into the Victorian industrial market, with a strong appetite for core logistics assets.”

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