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Toll Priority - information about carrier
The Toll Group is an Australian transport and logistics company with operations in roadway, rail, sea, air and warehousing. It has 3 departments; Global Express, Global Forwarding, Global Logistics. It is a subsidiary of Japan Post Holdings.
Constructed on a horse-and-cart coal hauling company begun in 1888 by Albert Toll in Newcastle, the Toll service was acquired by National Minerals in 1959. Under Peko Wallsend, which used Toll for all its transport activities, Toll developed into a national carrier.
After being rebranded Toll Transport in 1985, the next year it was offered in a management buyout to offered to Paul Little and Peter Rowsthorn with 5 depots and 125 trucks. In 1989 it was rebranded Toll Express after entering the interstate market and moved its head office from Newcastle to Melbourne.
In 1996, Toll Express bought Brambles Transport Industries, followed by eight TNT transportation and logistics services in 1997. In 1998 it got Ipec from Mayne Nickless.
In 2001, Toll took over competitor Finemores and the road transportation interests of Wesfarmers taking its fleet to over 6,000 vehicles.
In 2002, Toll acquired BHP's stevedoring organisation, took a 50% share in Pacific National that took control of the FreightCorp and National Rail Corporation organisations, got the Brambles Shipping service, consisting of the ships Tasmanian Achiever and Victorian Reliance and the Mayne Express organisation.
In 2003, an 84% share in Tranz Rail was acquired and ended up being Toll NZ. This was increased in 2007 to 100%. In 2008 the New Zealand rail and ferry operations were sold to KiwiRail.
In 2009, Toll took a 55% stake in the Toll Royal Railway, a joint venture with Kith Meng's Royal Group to takeover over the worn out meter-gauge network in Cambodia. This was offered in December 2014.
In July 2006 Toll obtained Patrick Corporation in a hostile takeover. In 2007 Patrick and Pacific National were spun-off into a stand-alone noted business, Asciano. In 2007, Toll offered a 50% share in Toll Air Services, its aircraft ground dealing with service to dnata who bought the rest of the business in 2017. In 2012, Toll obtained a one-third shareholding in Bowmans Rail.
In 2015 Japan Post Holdings made a takeover deal for the Toll Group that was accepted. In 2019, the Bass Strait ships Tasmanian Achiever and Victorian Reliance were changed by the Tasmanian Achiever II and the Victorian Reliance II.
Toll Global Express is a logistics and transportation division of the group. In 2012 it had strategies to extend its compressed natural gas-powered fleet to more than 70 trucks. In 2014 it announced a $150-million, 71,000-square-metre, parcel-sorting center near Melbourne Airport, to be developed in partnership with Australia Pacific Airports.
Toll Global Forwarding (TGF) supplies international freight forwarding and supply chain management services that vary from complex supply chain services through to port-to-port freight forwarding motions.
It has eight organisation systems: Americas; Australia and New Zealand; Greater China; South Africa and Zambia; the United Kingdom and Ireland; Mainland Europe; the Middle East and Indian Sub Continent; and South East Asia. Headquartered in Hong Kong, it has a worldwide network of over 70 offices in over 30 nations throughout Asia, Europe, North America, Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the Middle East.
In the 2014 financial year Toll Global Forwarding transacted an ocean freight volume of 542,000 TEU's and an air cargo volume of 114,000 tonnes.
TGF is the biggest freight forwarder (in overall twenty-foot comparable unit (TEU) volume) to Asia. Toll has a diverse fleet that can move freight in a variety of sizes and configurations. Toll has a specific fleet to transport perishable freight.
In 2014 TGF reported they had more than 130 offices in 25 nations and about 5,500 employees.
The division's global reach is to more than 220 areas and nations. TGF is active in 6 significant trade lanes: Asia and Australia and New Zealand; Asia and the USA; Asia and Europe; Asia and the UK; Asia and South Africa; and Intra Asia. In 2014 TGF reported they are moving on from acquisition to debt consolidation, and restructure to re-engineering and development. During the 2014 fiscal year, TGF improved and reduced costs productivity.
In 2011 Toll got SAT Albatros (SAT), a Dubai based company of sea-air services.
In 2010 Toll acquired United States freight forwarder Summit Logistics
In 2010 they obtained WT SeaAir and Genesis Forwarding. The acquisitions added a considerable scale to the Toll Global Forwarding department in Europe.
In 2009 Toll acquired Logistic Distribution Systems (LDS), a Dubai-based global freight forwarding company.
In 2009 Toll acquired Express Logistics Group (ELG), among New Zealand's biggest freight forwarding business.
In 2008 Toll obtained BALtrans Logistics.
Toll Global Logistics (TGL) is a division of the Toll Group. It supplies what it calls "integrated logistics options" across the Asia Pacific region. The division uses a series of transportation, warehousing and value-added services.
The division operates a fleet of air, rail, sea and roadway vessels and cars. The fleet has more than 19,000 lorries including carrier trucks, prime movers, b-doubles, and trailers; and 13,000 units of containers, aircrafts, vessels and ships running throughout the Asia Pacific region. In Singapore specifically, TGL was reported in 2011 as owning little cargo ships, which transport container trucks to and from close-by ports in surrounding Malaysia and Indonesia and a fleet of trucks including about 70 Hino, Fuso and UD prime movers that have approximately 7 single trailers for each mover. In Vietnam, TGL has over 300 trucks.
The division has more than 600 facilities in 15 nations and employs about 10,000 people. Its focus is on providing localized supply chain logistics.
In China Toll can deliver within 48 hours to 70 percent of the cities in the Pan-China region. In Taiwan Toll can deliver within 24 hours to 90% of the island-wide points of delivery. In Thailand Toll can provide to all provinces within 72 hours.
In Indonesia, it has 6 distribution centers and in Korea, the department has two. In Vietnam Toll has 15 websites. In Thailand, Toll can reach all provinces within 72 hours and cover over 4,000 drop points. Toll operates more than 20 logistics centers in mainland China and provides to over 1,600 cities throughout China.