Aluminium ingots in Newcastle, NSW

LINX Cargo Care Group provides total logistics solutions, including stevedoring, transport, warehouse management and distribution.

All types of break bulk and general cargo

Our teams specialise in the receival, storage and loading / discharging / delivery of all types of break bulk or general cargo, including motor vehicles, bulk cargoes and specialist cargoes such as heavy machinery, steel, fertiliser, grain, meals, pulses, coal, sand, mineral concentrates, logs, paper and other timber products.

We also provide expertise in handling shipments of oversized (out-of-gauge) project cargo and heavyweight items such as mining machinery, excavators, construction steel, refinery equipment for oil projects, generators and turbines for renewable electrical generation that cannot fit into containers.

QAP & Export Establishment Registered

LINX ship-loader in action in Adelaide, SA
LINX ship-loader in action in Adelaide, SA

Our strategically placed assets include a ship loader in Adelaide and bulk storage sheds in Newcastle, NSW and Henderson, WA. We also have sites that are QAP and Export Establishment Registered.

Our customers can take advantage of our break bulk handling capabilities at all of Australia’s main break bulk ports, including:

  • Port Kembla
  • Newcastle
  • Brisbane
  • Townsville
  • Darwin
  • Dampier
  • Fremantle
  • Adelaide
  • Geelong
  • Melbourne
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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