Frasers Property Industrial’s sustainability commitment

22 August 2022 

Frasers Property Industrial’s commitment to sustainability is BIG. So big we printed it across our buildings. We believe our passion for sustainability is strong and one of the most ambitious for an industrial developer, which is why creating sustainable, healthy warehouses remains at the forefront of everything we do. 

How we’re creating a greener industrial future is proudly on display on the exterior of many of our facilities, reminding customers about the important steps we’re taking to ensure their workplaces meet the highest industry standards.

See our sustainability features on display at Braeside Industrial Estate and 4Ten Epping in Melbourne. 



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