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LINX Cargo Care Group continues Supercars partnership

  • Posted on Tuesday 12th, March 2019.

Autocare Services, part of the LINX Cargo Care Group, has announced it will continue to transport the Vodafone Safety, Medical, Recovery and Course Cars across Australia for the 2019 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.

After first signing on as a partner in 2018, Autocare will continue as the Official Safety and Course Car Logistics Partner as part of this year’s deal.

LINX Cargo Care Group CEO, Anthony Jones, said his organisation is very proud to continue its partnership with Supercars following a successful year in 2018.

“The synergy with Autocare and its delivery of processed vehicles to thousands of customers every day across Australia, aligns well,” said Jones.

“Our ongoing partnership with Supercars has helped us reach more people across Australia and we’re pleased to continue supporting one of the world’s most exciting motorsport categories by delivering the Safety and Course Cars to each event.

“While at a glance Supercars and a logistics and supply chain organisation may not appear connected, we both have safety and high performance at our core.

“LINX Cargo Care Group is committed to sending our people home safely every day and Supercars shares its similar safety vision for drivers, crew and race enthusiasts.

“Just like the Supercars themselves are ‘foot to the floor’ around the track, so are our people, who continue to deliver service  excellence for our customers across all our sites,” he said.

Supercars General Manager – Commercial, Jamie Black, is pleased to have partnered with one of Australia’s leading vehicle logistics providers, Autocare Services, for the remainder of 2019.

“Autocare’s partnership with Supercars in 2018 delivered our Safety, Medical and Course Cars to each of our events across the country. Having them back on board in 2019 is great news as it ensures the safe delivery of some of our most critical vehicles,” he said.

Last month, LINX Cargo Care Group announced that it created a Virtual Reality (VR) safety training platform in collaboration with Curiious and Samsung Electronics Australia.

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