Mainfreight named Deloitte's top "Company of the Year"

By Sean Galea-Pace
The global freight and logistics company, Mainfreight, has been named the “Company of the Year” at Deloitte’s Top 200 Awards. The awards sees Del...

The global freight and logistics company, Mainfreight, has been named the “Company of the Year” at Deloitte’s Top 200 Awards. 

The awards sees Deloitte rank its top 200 organisations in New Zealand by revenue. They recognised business excellence and leadership across 11 award categories. As a result of the award, Supply Chain Digital takes a closer look at the firm.

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Having begun its operations in Auckland, New Zealand in 1978, the firm became New Zealand’s most extensive freight network. In 1984, Mainfreight opened its first international branch.

Mainfreight provides comprehensive logistics solutions in and out of the most dynamic economies worldwide and operates 250 branches globally. 

The company provides five core logistics components: warehousing, chemical warehousing, value added logistics, co-packing and supply chain management. Mainfreight serves both air and ocean freight, offering its services to any destination worldwide.

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Ocean freight - Mainfreight offers CONSOL BOX - a sustainable and cost efficient solution for import and export of ocean freight. The firm currently offer Consol box routes from China to India to Rotterdam, and exports from Rotterdam to Auckland. Via its global network, it offers sea freight services for any location and for each volume: both LCL (Less Than Container Load) and FCL (Full Container Load).

Air freight - If an order needs to be received quickly, air freight is the right option to choose. Mainfreight has a number of close working arrangements with a range of air freight carriers and agents located in major airports globally. Through its growing global network, Mainfreight offers a full suite of import and export air freight services to and from any destination in the world.

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