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With over 125 years’ experience, Toll Group, proudly part of Japan Post, operates an extensive global logistics network across 1,200 locations in more than 50 countries. Our 40,000 employees provide a diverse range of transport and logistics solutions covering roadairsea and rail to help our customers best meet their global supply chain needs.  

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility

We believe that business is not measured purely in financial terms. We also believe that the way we go about achieving our success is as important as success itself. We know the role of logistics with…
Working with Toll

Working at Toll

Experience a rewarding career with Toll. We work hard to create a safe, respectful and inclusive workplace for our people – our most valuable asset
Toll graduates

Graduate Program

Why join Toll? Toll - where curious minds help shape the future of our logistics industry. As a Toll Graduate you will be part of a multi-billion dollar business that operates across 50 countries worl…

Asahi and Toll: two working as one

There are defining moments in any relationship and sometimes throwing everything at a problem to achieve those moments, pays long term dividends and builds truly customer-centric, lasting relationships. From the nascent beginnings…

Featured News

Toll Today - May 2018

Toll Today - May 2018

Retailers get the edge with Toll’s new automated eCommerce hub, Japan Post trials driverless cars in Tokyo and Toll writes to the Australian Prime Minister on road safety. Read this and more in the latest Toll Today.

Toll innovates with next-gen eCommerce distribution hub

The Hon. Melinda Pavey, MP, John Mullen, and Specialty Fashion Group's Alex Linton officially opened Toll's $160m retail and eCommerce fulfilment centre, Prestons, NSW, today. The highly automated facility is designed in collaboration with Toll's customer SFG to meet the growing market demands placed on retailers.

Dear Prime Minister: An open letter to Malcolm Turnbull calling for action on road safety

Dear Prime Minister, I write to you as the leader of Australia's largest transport and logistics company, Toll Group...Australia has a dire road safety problem - with more than 1000 people killed in truck crashes in five years.