Greenfreight was established by the late Fred Green in 1973 and began its operation in forestry and harvesting of softwood and pulp within the Myrtleford region.
The company stills remains a family business and is now managed by group managing director Tony Green, who this November achieved 25 years of service with the family business.
Mr Green said the company had experienced significant growth since it began, and now offered customers a broad range of services in linehaul, bulk transport, contact logistics and warehousing within the Melbourne, Albury-Wodonga and Wagga regions.
He said Greenfreight's progressive development was attributed to its ability to develop and maintain a close relationship with its customers through tailored solutions to meet "best in class" services and was supported by a proactive workforce with its aim at delivering a sustainable cost base and superior service.
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With more than 170 prime movers and 390 trailers, Greenfreight can offer transport solutions that are cost effective, sustainable, innovative and, most importantly, safe.
With depots in Melbourne, Wodonga, Wagga, Myrtleford, Albury, Tumut and Rosewood, the business is strategically placed along the main Interstate routes.
Mr Green said the Greenfreight package offered strong operational solutions with the benefit of long-term stability plus a dedicated management team who put the customer first.
He said Greenfreight valued safety and held several Industry accreditations including:
1. National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (NHVAS);
2. HACCP Food Safety Programme;
3. Woolworths Quality Assurance Standard (WQA); and
4. Retail logistics supply Chain Code of Conduct.
Overall the services that Greenfreight can offer customers include:
- Intrastate and interstate linehaul services;
- Log cartage;
- Bulk intrastate and interstate transport;
- Refrigerated transport; as well as
- Contract logistics and facility management.