ACFS Port Logistics partners with prominent international companies

Container logistics operator, ACFS Port Logistics, has bolstered its import/export supply chain following its latest partnership deal.

Sydney-based ACFS Port Logistics e-Rail Enfield is now working with container carrier, Hapag-Lloyd, and ocean shipping company, Yang Ming.

“Hapag-Lloyd and Yang Ming now join a long list of associated and supporting Shipping Lines that include CMA-CGM (ANL), ONE, HMM, SINOTRANS, MAERSK-HAMBGURG SUD and OOCL,” ACFS Port Logistics said in a statement.

ACFS e-Rail Enfield is accessible via road and rail. This site is reported to be an integral part of ACFS’ import and export supply chain.

“We welcome Hapag-Lloyd and Yang Ming to the ACFS family as we continue to expand our Export Rail offering and services with Linx at Enfield, providing Australian exporters with choice, and efficiency,” said ACFS Port Logistics.

Australia’s largest privately-owned container logistics business, ACFS Port Logistics, commenced operations in late 2005 and is on track to becoming the nation’s premier landside logistics provider. The business, according to Managing Director and CEO, Arthur Tzaneros, has developed a strong and loyal relationship of trust with Paul Vawdrey and the Vawdrey Australia team.