Centurion Transport and Winangali Logistics MOU Announcement

Centurion Transport and Winangali Logistics MOU Announcement

Centurion Transport and Winangali Logistics, a Certified majority owned First Nations business have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU). The alliance will see expanded services in logistics and warehousing and strengthen our capacity to deliver tailored joined solutions for existing and prospective clients in the mining, upstream oil and gas, and construction industries.

Centurion Transport is one of Australia’s largest independently owned and operated logistics (3PL) and transport companies. Operating across Australia, Centurion Transport has significant mobile, land and infrastructure assets nationwide, including 15 distribution centres and a fleet of more than 2,000 vehicle assets. This ensures Centurion provides flexible and reliable supply chain solutions for all our customers.

Winangali Logistics services the Defence, on-line retail, and infrastructure projects sector, and offers warehousing, order fulfilment, inventory management, national distribution, remote and project logistics, freight forwarding and consultancy services.  Winangali Logistics combines its knowledge of freight logistics and First Nations engagement to provide its customers with a competitive edge by giving them the opportunity to play a significant role in reconciliation through their logistics and supply chain needs.

Speaking about the agreement, Winangali Logistics MD, Mr Noel Niddrie said the agreement recognises the growing importance of the Indigenous Business Sector. He said this relationship is strategic to our growth and the generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment.

Centurion EGM – Service Delivery, Craig Blyton commented that the agreement with Winangali Logistics is a great fit for both businesses, combining the expertise of the Winangali Logistics warehousing and fulfilment processes with the national transport offering from Centurion while also delivering support, training and importantly, jobs for First Nation’s people. We certainly see this as just the beginning as we work together to offer our customers a comprehensive, customer focused service.