Transport Direct Australia makes freight easy
At Transport Direct Australia (Transport Direct), providing great service is a priority as they partner with businesses to ensure you’re receiving the best possible logistical outcome suited to your needs. It’s their goal to find you an ideal freight solution while uncovering areas of improvement.
Transport Direct communicates with transport providers on your behalf and looks to introduce service improvements, cost savings and technology solutions.
“Our mission is to “make freight easy” by implementing efficiencies into your business,” the Company states.
Transport Direct was established to prove how easy it is to move freight around the country.
By providing you with all of the tools needed to despatch freight at your fingertips, you’re in full control of your outgoing consignments. And with the visibility Transport Direct offers, managing your freight becomes a pleasure.
Finding a transport carrier that is willing to transport Dangerous Goods efficiently and cost-effectively can be an arduous task. Most general carriers look the other way when a request for transporting Dangerous Goods presents itself. The reason for this is that most transport companies don’t have the right accreditation or infrastructure, and the carriers that do, generally cannot provide their customers with reasonable transit times and high levels of service.
The transportation of Dangerous Goods is a complex process, encompassing a variety of regulations and mandatory requirements to be met by the carrier, the vehicle and the driver.
Transport Direct deals with carriers that are Bulk DG accredited ensuring that your DG freight is handled in the correct way and moved for a reasonable price.
Transport Direct Australia – Moving oversized cargo in Siemens project
Transport Direct has recently been involved in a transport movement requiring the utmost attention to detail.
They were engaged by the world’s largest freight forwarder, Kuehne + Nagel to move a 17-tonne oversized gas turbine from a depot in Sydney to the Channel Island Power Plant in Darwin.
The turbine arrived via air freight from the UK and Transport Direct proceeded to organise the transportation. The project involved detailed communication and liaising with all parties involved to ensure that from the timing of the load to the delivery at the Darwin facility the operation was a seamless transition.
The move went without a hitch and the outcome was their ultimate goal, a happy customer.
*Images courtesy of Transport Direct Australia.