About Northline Freight Services
Northline is a privately owned and managed Australian business that specialises in road and rail freight management, warehousing and distribution, global freight forwarding and mining, construction, oil and gas logistics.
Established in 1983, Northline today operates in all mainland capitals and many key regional centres, with 13 branches nationwide. Northline uses the latest software systems to cater for any individual requirement and provides the highest quality storage, handling and distribution services in Australia.
With reliable road and rail services between all major centres in Australia, as well as regular regional and remote services, Northline is well placed to handle your delivery needs – from small parcels to large or irregular packages.
Northline also uses the latest web-based freight management systems to electronically dispatch and track consignments as well as measure performance.
Featuring an extensive global network that connects international markets and its national supply chain network, Northline has the ability to pick up and deliver freight nearly anywhere in the world.
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