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Health and wellbeing are significant issues for the industrial and logistics sector. Employees who work in the industry often face long, physical work shifts, elevated noise levels, and limited access to healthy food options in and around their workplace.
At Charter Hall, we want to take an industry-leading approach and advocate for healthy work environments across the sector. To help us do this, we’re pleased to partner with Morsl, a fully automated self-service café providing fresh and healthy workplace options. It’s like a vending machine, only healthier!
“Good nutrition is the foundation of health and wellbeing,” says Charter Hall Industrial & Logistics CEO Richard Stacker.
“By integrating Morsl into a facility, our tenant customers will enhance the personal health and wellbeing of their employees, boost morale and job satisfaction, improve employee productivity and contribute to a happier, healthier industry.”
Morsl offers a curated range of 1,000+ fresh food and drinks including ready to eat meals, sandwiches and snacks - ensuring the healthiest choice is the easiest choice.
“Morsl was founded to solve the challenge of accessing fresh and nutritious food in the workplace, which was convenient and available at all times of the day,” said CEO and Founder of Morsl Karla Borland.
“During COVID, our business pivoted to support essential workers across the industrial & logistics sector. In an industry where long hours and shift work is common, the Morsl markets now play a critical role in supporting employee health and wellbeing.”
Excitingly, our first tenant customer has signed up to Morsl, with aluminium manufacturing business Capral implementing a Morsl café in their Huntingwood (NSW) warehouse facility.
“We saw Morsl as a much better option than traditional vending machines due to the quality of the food on offer, the ability to be able to offer fresh food options and the flexibility of options,” said Capral Divisional Manager, Building Systems Barry Lunn.
Going forward, we will be incorporating Morsl’s offering into our development assets and across our national portfolio. This initiative complements our wellbeing strategy, as well as our partnership with Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds, a not-for-profit providing mental health support and education across the road transport, warehousing and logistics industries.