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 15 ports around 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 60 years.

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LINX builds awareness across Australia to support White Ribbon

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LINX Cargo Care Group reaches agreement to acquire Pedersen Group

LINX Cargo Care Group, and its subsidiary C3 Limited, announced today that it has been successful in its bid to acquire Pedersen Group, a market leading provider of wood chipping and woodyard management services to pulp and paper mills, and forest owners in Australia and New Zealand. Pedersen Group handles over 8.3 million tonnes per … Continued