Northline is poised for NT projects

Transport and logistics company, Northline, is ready to support the Northern Territory (NT) economy with its supply chain expertise.

An experienced, Australian owned global logistics business with a proud history of servicing remote communities, Northline undertakes complex projects and the ongoing servicing of the mining, oil and gas, resources and renewables industries.

Northline operates from Alice Springs, Tennant Creek, Katherine and Darwin within the NT with services including national freight management, warehousing and distribution, international freight management and project logistics.

Northline’s national freight, warehousing and logistics network of 13 depots with more than 120,000 square metres of warehousing capacity, and international freight management network is reported to provide a seamless connection between key remote sites across Australia and global markets.

The company’s dedicated project logistics team is charged with planning, developing and delivering tailored project solutions including supporting the establishment of remote site infrastructure and large-scale facilities.

This expertise and infrastructure saw Northline provide ‘source to site’ logistics services to support the construction of one of Australia’s biggest solar farms, the $277 million 255MW Sunraysia Solar PV project, through the seamless integration of its international freight services with its domestic freight and warehousing and distribution services.

Northline CEO, Craige Whitton, said he was excited about the future opportunities that lay ahead for the NT within the mining, natural resources and renewables sectors.

“We are looking forward to playing our part as project partner to help support the projects that will help revitalise the Territory,” he said. “With a strong local team and proven efficient and cost-effective freight management solutions.”

In other news, Northline is building a new depot.