Transport and logistics company, Linfox, and department store chain, Myer, have extended their partnership for an additional seven years.
Linfox reportedly became Myer’s preferred carrier in 1989. It currently provides transport services from Myer’s distribution centre to all Myer stores across every major city in Australia except for Northern Territory and Tasmania.
For more than 30 years, Linfox has upheld supply continuity amid periods of unplanned demand, environmental challenges and economic changes.
“Myer is committed to getting our product to customers in the quickest and most efficient way and Linfox, our domestic freight partner, is instrumental in ensuring we deliver against this key strategic pillar,” said Myer Executive General Manager Supply Chain, Tony Carr.
“Myer and Linfox have a longstanding and trusted relationship built on their leading service, reliability and innovation that ensures we are stocking stores and DCs in the most Linfox has been Myer’s carrier of choice efficient and productive way.”
Andy Gissing, General Manager Merchandise Linfox Retail, has been committed to this partnership for more than 20 years.
“Linfox and Myer have a unique and inspiring history,” he said.
“The deep level of trust that has developed over the years is the cornerstone of this relationship. We look forward to continuing our journey and supporting Myer into a safe and sustainable future.”
Last year, Linfox launched a new facility in Adelaide.
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