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Services

Road freight

We focus on Interstate Road Freight – with palletised full loads for fast and effective logistics.

3pl Warehousing

Our years of industry experience allows us to show, our clients how to realize lower costs and greater returns on investments for all their returns departments and programs,. Let us manage your asset, with controlled costs.

Tracking

Our years of industry experience allows us to show, our clients how to realize lower costs and greater returns on investments for all their products with a GPS tracking system.

Rail freight

3pl designed an advance exchange solution to support the rail logistics industry. Today, third party logistics continues to be a leader in advance exchange services and has expanded our capabilities Australia wide.

A national transport secretariat is being conducted to develop a cross modal approach to strategically analyse the capacity and operating performance of transport freight corridors critical to the national economy, from the particular perspective of logistics chain. Initial focus was on yhe strategic corridors and on the facilitation of intermodal hubs.

A difference between a freight corridor and a freight route is a significant one . A “Freight Route” is a sub set of a freight corridor. A freight corridor emphasizes the task at a highest level- Moving freight between two particular locations. Freight routs describe the alternative means of transporting the freight between the two locations. Seven criteria have been used to identify corridors of national significance.

 

  • Link State/ Territory capitals
  • Economic regions to international ports and airports
  • Major regional centers to international ports and airports
  • Major economic regions within or between States
  • Major regional centers within or between States
  • Major intermodal terminals with international ports and airports and
  • Freight task or role in the supply chain.

It was  recognized that while the focus is freight corridors, corridors may have a national significance for non freight reasons. Social  or strategic reasons such as defence may be factors designating corridors as strategic.