Agility and Linfox form alliance to target resources projects in Australia

Agility and Linfox Logistics have formed an alliance to focus on providing logistics solutions to major oil, gas and mining projects, primarily in remote areas of Australia.

The two companies already provide logistics services to the massive Gorgon gas field development in Western Australia, with Agility as the lead logistics provider and Linfox providing specialised transport and warehouse services. A joint office in Gladstone in Queensland has been established to seek logistics opportunities as the region's resources industry continues to develop.

Agility's CEO Australasia and North Asia, Mick Turnbull said, "The two companies will leverage their combined expertise to provide supply chain solutions to major projects in the oil, gas and mining sectors. We look forward to supporting major resources projects in remote regions."

Agility is a leading global logistics company that delivers a comprehensive range of supply chain solutions. The company offers air, sea and road freight forwarding, warehousing, distribution and specialised services for project logistics, fairs and events, fuels and chemicals.

Linfox is a leading Asian Pacific logistics company operating in 10 countries in the region and has expertise in in-country road and rail transport services, warehousing and off site receipting. The business provides sophisticated supply chain solutions design and implementation to leading businesses in the Industrial, Fast Moving Consumer Goods, Retail and Linehaul sectors.

Linfox President Resources, Peter Stokes said, "This strategic alliance is an important extension of our expertise in supporting major resource projects, often in remote regions. Linfox supports key extractive industries across Western Australia, South Australia and Queensland."

"We have a strong working relationship with Agility and I believe our strategic alliance will help support Australian resource development as well as opportunities overseas in the future."

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