Qube completed the sale of 100% of its interest in the warehousing and property components of the Moorebank Logistics Park project to the LOGOS Property Group Consortium (LOGOS Consortium).
Qube acquired Quattro in Port Kembla including a rail grain receival facility, grain storage area and ship loading operation.
Qube acquired LCR, a specialised crane and transport logistics provider, with operations across Australia and Papua New Guinea.
The Qube operating businesses are realigned to form Ports, Bulk, Logistics and Infrastructure and Property.
Qube acquisition of 50% of Patrick Container Terminals.
Qube acquired CRT, an intermodal transport company that operated a number of terminals in Australia including sites at Yennora in Sydney and Altona North in Melbourne.
POAGS rebranded to Qube Ports and Bulk and POTA rebranded to Qube Logistics.
Qube acquired Giacci, a specialist in supply chain management, storage shed operations, warehousing, distribution and haulage with key operations in Western Australia, South Australia, New South Wales and the Northern Territory.
The listed investment scheme, Qube Logistics (previously KFM Diversified Infrastructure and Logistics Fund ‘KIL’) completed a corporatisation of the held logistics assets and formed Qube Holdings Limited. Qube (ASX:QUB) was admitted to the official list of ASX Limited on the 22 August 2011.
The global assets of P&O Steam Navigation company, including P&O Ports were acquired from DP World, which launched the two businesses POAGS and POTA. A series of bolt on and diversification acquisitions were made which diversified Qube into rail, bulk and agricultural commodities.
Following the Toll takeover of Patrick Corporation, several key executives departed and subsequently joined with Kaplan Funds Management to explore logistics opportunities.