Mainfreight - Global Supply Chain Logistics Services

Whether you are sending one pallet down the road, a full truck load to the other side of the country or shipments across the globe, our team is here to help. We are your go to global supply chain logistics partner.

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Our Mainfreight 100-year vision evolves daily. It is a lifelong outlook.

Our Mainfreight 100-year vision evolves daily. It is a lifelong outlook.

The scale of our business today provides a springboard for our future which is both exponential and exciting. Our commitment to growth is unwavering, as we continue to invest in our network, our people and our technology to ensure our long-term success.

The three pillars of Mainfreight

Culture

“Special people, Special company” embodies Mainfreight and its unique culture. We have developed a style of doing business, successful not only in Australia, but around the world.

Family

We promote our people from within, and encourage innovative, non-hierarchical and decisive outlooks. Our team regard each other as a family and share mealtimes.

Philosophy

All decisions that we make are on the basis that we will be here for another 100 years. This view shapes our approach to recruitment and training of team members, customers and supplier relationships.

Global Visibility

With time and significant investment, our technology has become increasingly sophisticated. Our platforms around the world are mostly common in origin and integrated to provide global visibility to ourselves and our customers for their complete supply chain requirements. These platforms not only provide simple track-and-trace, but are also able to manage stock flows and optimisation of trade to ensure efficiency and accuracy at all times; a significant strategic value.

Find out more about our technology here

Latest News

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30 May 2024 | Announcement

Market Update | Strikes in France

A heavy month of strikes are expected throughout France in June which have the potential to disrupt supply chains and impact transit and delivery times. 

29 May 2024 | Announcement

Opening of our extended warehouse facility in Ploiești, Romania

Recently, we celebrated a significant milestone with the opening of an additional 10,000 sqm to our warehousing branch in Ploiești, Romania. This expansion brings the total warehousing space to 30,000 sqm, highlighting our commitment to growth and excellence in logistics.

29 May 2024 | Announcement

Mainfreight Financial Result for the twelve months ended 31 March 2024

Mainfreight have released our full-year financial results to 31 March 2024 to the market; result broadly in line with our expectations and as signalled during our half-year release.

Thinking a career at Mainfreight could be your next step?

Thinking a career at Mainfreight could be your next step?

Click the link below to find out what it's like to work alongside the best people, make real-life decisions and be part of an ever growing global family.

Insights

Stay in the loop with the latest industry insights and trends

21 June 2024 | Announcement

The Crucial Connection: Biosecurity and Logistics

In the logistics industry, where the global movement of goods is constant, stringent biosecurity protocols are indispensable. Importers must provide essential documents and adhere to strict protocols. Navigating these procedures can be daunting, but Mainfreight offers invaluable assistance. With dedicated air and sea freight depots, temperature-controlled storage and fumigation services, Mainfreight ensures smooth transportation while meeting biosecurity requirements.

21 June 2024 | Announcement

Continuous Growth: The Importance of Training and Development in the Supply Chain

A great workplace stands out by prioritising its people. With Australian logistics workers spending 42 hours weekly on the job—30.35% more than the national average—supporting the team's wellbeing is essential. Inadequately trained or overworked team members risk compromising customer satisfaction, leading to damaged freight and financial losses. A truly exceptional workplace fosters continuous learning, provides growth opportunities, and prioritises the team's welfare. 

21 June 2024 | Announcement

Getting to grips with CO2 emissions in your supply chain

Each year, the transportation of billions of tonnes of cargo via planes, trucks, ships, and trains accounts for approximately 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions, making the logistics sector a notable contributor to worldwide CO2 emissions.

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