Linfox

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Linfox
Private
Industry Air transport, Supply Chain and Logistics
Founded 1956
Headquarters Essendon Fields, Victoria,
Australia
Area served
Australia
New Zealand
China
Hong Kong
Indonesia
India
Malaysia
Singapore
Thailand
Vietnam
Key people
Lindsay Fox, Founder
Peter Fox, Chairman
Annette Carey, CEO
Owner Lindsay Fox
Number of employees
23,000
Divisions Linfox Logistics, Armaguard, Airports, Linfox Property Group
Subsidiaries Armaguard
Website www.linfox.com

Linfox is a logistics and supply chain company established in Australia by Lindsay Fox in 1956. The company started with one truck operated by Fox. With the acquisition of Armaguard from Mayne Group in 2003 and FCL in 2006, it is now the largest privately owned supply chain solutions company in Asia Pacific. Linfox Logistics operates 3.2 million square metres of warehousing and 5,000 vehicles across 10 countries, and employs more than 23,000 people in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Linfox specialises in complex supply chain design, IT systems integration, distribution operations, linehaul, freight forwarding, and warehouse management.

Across Asia Pacific, Linfox provides logistics services to the world’s largest miner, delivers 4.5 billion litres of fuels, 15 million pallets of goods to retailers and serves nine of the Asia Pacific region's top ten Fast-Moving Consumer Goods producers.

Linfox operates in countries including Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, China, Hong Kong and India. Linfox is the second-largest road freight company in Australia.[1]

Linfox operates Avalon and Essendon airports, both near Melbourne.

Industry associations[edit]

Linfox is involved with industry associations including the Australian Logistics Council, the Australian Trucking Association, the Australian Road Transport Industrial Organisation, the Australian Steel Institute, the Plastics and Chemicals Industries Association.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rochfort, Scott (2006-08-18). "Linfox reacts - snaps up FCL". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2007-03-03. 

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