C3 LogoLINX Cargo Care Group’s forestry specialist, 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’s forestry expertise is recognised on both sides of the Tasman. In 2016, C3 acquired Edenborn in Albany, WA, In 2013, C3 commissioned a containerised log export operation at Bathurst, NSW. The service at the inland port included the provision of rail haulage of loaded log containers from the log yard at Bathurst to Port Botany for export.

C3’s container operation packed in excess of 175,000JASm3 per annum, equivalent to 6,500 FEUs. C3 were the lead in the project to establish the operation at the site.

C3 forestry operation in Portland, VIC

This included:

  • transformation of a site that required remedial work
  • management of all environmental and regulatory requirements
  • contractual agreement with the landlord and with the rail operator

The Bathurst project is an example of the capabilities and competency of the C3 group in establishing and operating an inland port operation.

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