Mayor Tom Tate excited for the future of the Yatala Enterprise Area

The Yatala Enterprise Area (YEA) has received another employment boost, with an international company setting up headquarters in the area.

More than 150 Gold Coasters have scored work at the modern manufacturing, design and supply facility – ‘ATCO’.

The Canadian company is said to be famous for its site offices and demountables, which they supply worldwide.


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The family run business employs nearly 7,000 people worldwide and has an annual turnover of $22 billion.

The facility is now in full swing, producing and supplying products across the country and overseas from their new Gold Coast headquarters.

Mayor Tom Tate says the move is a giant boost for the YEA, which now employs an estimated 10,000 people.

“When you have over 10,000 jobs created in the area, it’s nice because a lot of the employees will be living around that area and it’s only a short travel to the Yatala Enterprise Area.

“The idea that working community goes hand in hand with light manufacturing… I think we got this one right,” Mayor Tate said.

Monique started with 1029 Hot Tomato as part of the 1029er street team back in 2016. While she still performs a live cross or two, she spends most of her time assisting the Promotions Department with the roll-out of on air activity. She graduated in 2017 from Gold Coast’s Griffith University with a Bachelor of Journalism, specialising in International Relations and Islamic Studies. Though Monique has a large interest in worldly issues, she loves being part the awesome local community here on the Gold Coast. Monique especially enjoys being a part of the team at 1029 Hot Tomato and myGC in all aspects and she looks forward to bringing you the latest news and current events as often as possible.

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