C3 LogoPart of LINX Cargo Care Group, C3 specialises in forestry-aligned logistics, including chipping, marshalling, transport and stevedoring.

New Zealand’s largest on-wharf logistics company

C3 has more than 1,400 staff working in providing services at 22 locations across  New Zealand and Australia, handling more than 16 million tonnes of cargo, including paper products, pulp, steel, wood processed products, bulk cargo, including fertiliser, general cargo and logs.

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C3 is New Zealand’s largest on-wharf logistics provider

C3 is fully accredited for the scaling and marshalling of exported logs, handling more than 31 million logs per annum. C3’s scaling infrastructure, log quality and quality control systems are recognised internationally and valued by our customers and our customers’ customers.

C3 works in partnership with many major and smaller exporters and importers, maintaining deeply integrated relationships with forest owners, primary wood processors, manufacturers and shipping lines.

C3 has a proud and unparalleled history as New Zealand’s largest on-wharf logistics company, providing services in stevedoring, marshalling, warehousing, consolidation and wharf cartage for more than 65 years.

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LINX reveals rail fleet

LINX Cargo Care Group is proud to unveil the new livery to its existing ‘G’ class locomotives and rail fleet operating out of the LINX Intermodal Terminal at Enfield in Western Sydney. As part of LINX’s rail operations at the terminal, the two refurbished LINX locomotives will complement the current fleet operating the Port Shuttles … Continued

ACFS Port Logistics joins LINX Intermodal Terminal at Enfield

LINX Cargo Care Group announced today that ACFS Port Logistics will join LINX as the Empty Container Park operator at the LINX Intermodal Terminal at Enfield in Western Sydney. LINX is an experienced intermodal terminal operator offering road and rail services connecting regional Australia to the country’s major metro and regional export ports. Since taking … Continued