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LINX Cargo Care Group brings together the capabilities of five market-leading operations built on over 100 years of ports and logistics experience. Together, the group’s five businesses employ approximately 4,000 people across Australia and New Zealand.

Anthony Jones - LINX Cargo Care Group CEO
Anthony Jones – LINX Cargo Care Group CEO

The LINX brand emerged following our separation from Patrick and the ASX-listed Asciano group of companies. LINX represents the connection we have with our customers – a continuous and unbroken link, powering forward together.

Our focus is on putting the customer at the heart of everything we do – delivering value by aligning and integrating customised solutions across our service offerings.

Owned by global alternative asset manager Brookfield and its investment partners, LINX Cargo Care Group offers a formidable network of ports and logistics expertise, with strategically positioned assets throughout Australia and New Zealand. Combined with our connection to Brookfield’s immense global network, this enables us to provide tailored supply chain solutions and long-term growth opportunities that can deliver a decisive competitive advantage for our customers.

LINX Cargo Care Group comprises LINX, Autocare, C3, Pedersen Group and GeelongPort. Our customers represent a diverse range of industries, including logistics, automotive, bulk-handling, project cargo, oil and gas, general stevedoring, port management, agriculture and forestry.

I look forward to partnering with you and growing our relationship as we forge an exciting and successful future together.

Anthony Jones
LINX Cargo Care Group CEO

Meet the Leadership Team

 

LINX Cargo Care Group structure
LINX Cargo Care Group structure
LINX Cargo Care Group

LINX Cargo Care Group’s new partnership with AFLW

Today, the Australian Football League (AFL) has announced LINX Cargo Care Group as one of AFL Women’s (AFLW) official new partners. We’re proud to join other partners, such as Coles, BHP and AAMI, in investing in women’s football. Together, we aspire to enhance opportunities for women to valuably contribute at work and on the field. … Continued

Supporting Victorian bushfire and drought relief

The drought and fire relief efforts continue in Gippsland, Victoria, with hay bale donations delivered via truck convoy to help farmers affected by the state’s recent bushfires. C3 Australia drivers, Stuart Clark and Peter Keem, volunteered to drive 1,500 bales of hay from Portland to Bairnsdale along with 29 other local truck drivers. The convoy … Continued