Nov 18, 2013
Mainfreight’s Managing Director, Don Braid, is currently travelling with John Key, New Zealand’s Prime Minister, and other business leaders on a trade mission to Thailand – where he announced Mainfreight's expansion into Thailand
Oct 02, 2013
At Mainfreight we continue to invest in our future; in our people, in new facilities, new businesses, and new operations.
Sep 29, 2013
Sending freight in or out of Dubbo or the Orana region of New South Wales? Our direct service means we will have Mainfreight trucks delivering into the areas of Dubbo, Orange, Mudgee, Cobar, Parkes and surrounding areas on a daily basis.
Sep 25, 2013
With established direct linehaul into all major cities & key regional centres, Mainfreight is now adding direct transit linehaul units to more regional destinations Australia wide.
Jun 13, 2013
We have secured land next to our Sydney Freight supersite in Prestons. The new land acquisition allows us to add another 25 metres to our raised freight dock, relieving congestion for waiting trailers and drivers wanting to cross-dock freight
Jun 05, 2013
By road, by sea or by air freight, our Adelaide team is in the business of making sure the rest of Australia and the world can enjoy the products coming out of South Australia’s famous wine regions.
Mar 24, 2013
With branches in Townsville and Sunshine Coast growing strongly and a huge new facility being built in Brisbane; we are now happy to announce our move into a new larger branch for our Gold Coast team In just over 2 years our Gold Coast branch has seen...
Mar 24, 2013
At Mainfreight, we are putting in place initiatives which focus on delivering real, tangible benefits for our customers and potential customers on the Central Coast.
Feb 18, 2013
There are no shortcuts when it comes to managing dangerous goods and hazardous substances. It demands specialised equipment, experienced people and sophisticated safety systems. Our Noble Park branch specialises in this area.
Feb 17, 2013
As Asian markets’ tastes and attitudes to wine are rapidly evolving, Australian wines are climbing the ranks as the most consumed imported wine in China and Hong Kong.