“The Toll program, although only new, is one of the best I’ve seen. It is so exciting to be able to get such a thorough exposure to so many areas within a company.” Christie Hill is one of 27 new graduates enrolled in Toll’s 2018 Graduate Program.
Health Minister Brad Hazzard, NSW Ambulance Chief Executive Dominic Morgan and General Manager Toll Helicopters, Mark Delany, joined local aircrew and NSW Ambulance helicopter doctors and paramedics at the official opening of the Orange NSW Ambulance & Toll Rescue Helicopter Base.
Toll City, our next-generation warehouse facility in Singapore, has been officially recognised for its commitment to environmental sustainability, receiving Gold Certification in Leadership and…
Toll Group, a subsidiary of Japan Post, has reported earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) of $119 million for the year ended 31 March 2018, an improvement of over 70% on financial year 2017. Today…
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.
Supply chain visibility is one of the most important service features we can offer our customers. When we know where their consignments are, we can give them peace of mind and confidence that their delivery will arrive as promised.
The 2018 Commonwealth Games is expected to attract more than 672,000 visitors, more than doubling the population of the area. Toll is working with customers to make sure deliveries continue for our customers, through extended opening hours and on-foot deliveries where necessary.
Now in its second year, the Graduate Program is designed to develop a pool of diverse future leaders across the Toll Group and Japan Post, and is structured to give graduates exposure to the company’s…
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.
Dignitaries, Toll and NSW Ambulance staff including aircrew and critical care paramedics recently gathered at the official opening of the world-standard Bankstown NSW Ambulance and Toll Rescue Helicopter Base, marking a significant milestone for the Helicopter Retrieval Network.