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September 10, 2014

XYZ Australia Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary

Brisbane, Queensland—This year, XYZ Australia celebrates its 25th anniversary in Brisbane. XYZ Australia, who owns three branches and employs 60 people in Australia, has been mastering the growing complexity of global freight forwarding for a quarter of a century.

In 1989, the owner run logistics company XYZ, founded in 1852 in Bremen, Germany, started its subsidiary in the promising Australian market. XYZ Australia’s first branch opened in Brisbane and ever since the company has experienced a considerable supply chain evolution. All services are based on core competencies in the fields of sea freight, air freight, project logistics, warehousing and supply chain management.

Clients benefit from XYZ as a supplier, who can manage the supply chain from pre-manufacturing to final delivery, all at the highest quality possible. It has significantly expanded its network in recent years, particularly in the emerging economies of Asia and South America. Furthermore, in countries where XYZ does not have its own offices, it has agreements with selected local partners.

The company provides services for many vertical or industry-specific manufacturers “like wine and seeds for many famous Australian brands. In addition, XYZ is active in the fast-moving commodity markets of electronics, furniture and food products for both local and global consumption. XYZ’s portfolio is thus prepared for Australia’s economic growth by 3% yearly over the next five years. The company combines a strong customer focus with high-quality standards and state-of-the-art technology. In the IT sector, the subsidiary XYZ blue-net offers individual interfaces and web solutions.


Jon Snow, Managing Director of XYZ Australia Ltd.: In 25 years a lot has changed. We offer our Australia customers a long-term partnership and on-going support in facing global logistics challenges, such as complex legislation, high competition as well as environmental and financial issues. This is the reason why XYZ focuses on steady improvement and the highest quality.

Contact Details:

Jane Doe
+040 000 000
[email protected]

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