When the Toll business came into being in 1888, it was as a horse and cart haulage concern. Today - more than a century later - we’re a leading provider of integrated logistics operating out of the Asia Pacific region, with a global reach. In 2014 we generated annual revenue of A$8.7 billion. We employ approximately 40,000 people over a network of some 1,200 sites in more than 50 countries.
We’re passionately committed to building on our 127 year history of providing outstanding transport and logistics solutions to our customers, and to connecting people and products. Our vision is to provide an unrivalled set of global supply chain capabilities to our customers, and to create sustainable value. Learn more about our values, our people and our business:
On 28 May 2015, Toll became part of the Japan Post family. Find out more about our parent company, which has been operating since 1871.
We call the framework to the way we do business The Toll Way. It talks about what’s important to us and how we’ll achieve our goals.
Our five operating divisions deliver an enormously diverse range of transport and logistics solutions to customers across the globe.
Our company is led by a strong and highly experienced executive team.
Our governing codes of conduct and policies set out how we operate and what our stakeholders can expect when they interact with us.
We’re committed to operating our businesses sustainably and supporting the communities in which we work.
We’ve come a long way since Toll was started in Australia by Albert Toll back in 1888, hauling coal with a horse and a cart.
To celebrate NAIDOC Week Toll teamed up with Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) to raise funds to support Indigenous students.