Third Party Logistics (3PL) Services

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Why choose Couriers and Freight 3PL Services?

With over a decade of eCommerce experience, we understand the opportunities and challenges of this fast-paced sector. Trust Couriers and Freight to take care of your fulfilment operations so you can focus on other areas of your business.

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National Footprint

Nationwide 3PL services designed to
help your business reach customers quickly and affordably.

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Diverse Freight

We offer a wide range of services for both palletised and non-palletised freight others simply cannot match.

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Speed & Accuracy

We can guarantee you fast and
accurate order completion so you can focus on growing your business.

Our Warehouse Locations

When you choose Couriers and Freight as your 3PL partner, you can rest assured that our solutions are customised to suit your changing needs. Here are the locations of our warehouses:








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By utilizing advanced technology and leveraging extensive industry expertise, Couriers and Freight enables direct-to-consumer (D2C) brands to streamline their eCommerce operations and provide exceptional customer experiences.

  • Save time and money
  • Australian based support
  • Gain flexibility and scalability

What are the benefits of working with a 3PL?

There are many benefits to outsourcing fulfillment to a 3PL. While different 3PL companies have different capabilities, all 3PLs offer solutions for managing inventory, packaging, and shipping, ultimately providing reliable logistics systems and helping to maximize profitability for a business.


Save time and money

From start-up and infrastructure costs to employee and benefit costs 3PL’s are a great way to reduce a company’s need to spend. When the storage and distribution work is done by an outside source, there is only one cost, the 3PL’s monthly bill.

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Leverage industry expertise

As an ecommerce professional, chances are you don’t have the time to become well-versed in every detail of shipping and logistics. That’s where a 3PL comes in: staffed by ecommerce logistics professionals, your 3PL will be knowledgeable and up-to-date with the latest industry trends and complexities — so you don’t have to be.

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Expand your reach

If you’re only selling in one region, you’re limiting your business’s potential. Working with a 3PL can help you expand your reach.3PL companies have an expansive network of fulfilment centres that in-house fulfilment lacks. A 3PL with fulfilment centres across the country can help you reduce the cost of shipping and transit time for orders.

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Third-party logistics (3PL) FAQs

Why are third-party logistics important?

Managing the packaging and shipping of products by yourself can be difficult and costly. And with the ever-growing influence Amazon has on the retail market, ecommerce stores need to offer fast and affordable shipping if they want to compete. 3PLs specialize in supply chain management, helping these companies streamline the shipping process for cost-effectiveness and better logistic efficiency.

What is the difference between 3PL and a freight forwarder?

A freight forwarder coordinates with multiple carrier methods including air, rail or highway to ship goods from one destination to another. Freight forwarders manage the relationships and important tasks in the shipping process: from negotiating freight changes to preparing shipping documents, but do not actually move the freight itself. They act as a liaison between carriers and companies looking to ship their products. 3PLs handle the entire supply chain, including picking and packing, warehouse storage, as well as shipping.

When should you use a 3PL?

Once you have selected a 3PL company to handle your shipping logistics, it’s important to continually measure for performance by looking at different KPIs. One shipping KPI includes the rate of returns due to shipping damage or error. This KPI ensures there is a continued focus on shipment quality and accuracy. Another important shipping KPI to track is on time delivery. This KPI provides insight into whether or not there is a bottleneck in the current fulfillment process that needs to be addressed to provide maximum efficiency.

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