LINX logo LINX employs more than 1,250 skilled personnel across more than 50 operating sites.

We handle more than 11 million tonnes of bulk cargo per annum and maintain more than 130,000 square metres of warehousing space nationally.

We have corporate offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Newcastle, as well as key operations across Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Indian Ocean Territories and New South Wales, including a major transport hub in the Riverina.

We find solutions that work for you

We look to provide our customers with innovative solutions

We are experts at making your logistics supply chains more efficient. We understand that your logistics service isn’t just about transport. Supply chains can be complex.

Using what we know about logistics efficiencies and taking into account your business needs, we can find a solution that works for you.

Our combined capabilities across transport logistics and stevedoring enable us to deliver flexible, customer-focused supply chain solutions.

Our services are focused on reducing complexity in your supply chain and include:

Our customers include some of the biggest brands in the country, including Chevron, BHP, Santos, Vermillion, Shell, Toll, Woodside, Leighton, Esso, Viva, Midway, IPL, Boral, Rio Tinto, Summit, GrainCorp, PepsiCo, Swire, Gearbulk, Austral Asia Lines, Arrium, Bluescope, NYK, Casella Family Brands, Orora Glass, Ingredion and Lachlan Commodities.

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