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Three Pillars of Mainfreight

Culture

  • Under-promise, over-deliver
  • Keep reinventing with time and growth
  • Education is optional, learning is compulsory
  • Let the individuals decide
  • Keep it simple
  • Tear down the walls of bureaucracy, hierarchy and superiority.
  • Avoid mediocrity – maintain standards and beat them
  • Look after our assets
  • Immaculate image and presentation
  • Promote from within

Family

  • Eat together – use mealtimes as a discussion time
  • Listen to each other
  • Share the profits and the successes
  • Openly discuss problems and openly solve them
  • Don’t beat up your brothers and sisters
  • Have respect – seek it from others and show it by actions

Philosophy

  • One hundred year company
  • Profit comes from hard work, not talk
  • We are driven by margin, not revenue
  • Train successors, so that you may advance
  • An enduring company is built by many good people, not a few
  • We are here to make a positive difference, as well as a dollar
  • We “care” for our customers, environment and community
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