DXT Boosts Freight Capacity in the New England Region with New Tamworth Facility

Tamworth – May 2019 – NSW’s premier freight company, DXT has opened an impressive new 4,500m2 facility to better service the existing freight customers and allow for growth for the entire New England region.

The new secure site is double the size of the existing facility and includes wide drive-through access for B-Double vehicles, which means more capacity for the movement of goods within the region.

Matt Collier, General Manager at DXT, opened the site and welcomed the opportunity this brings to the local community of Tamworth. He said, “Moving to the new site strategically positions us closer to our customers for greater network coverage and enables us to better support our customers as they grow in regional NSW.

“It’s been a tough time for the region with the prolonged drought and we’re committed to supporting the local community and businesses recover through a difficult period. Our investment will hopefully ensure a better outcome for the region.

“With the shift in more consumers supporting local companies and the growth in online shopping, more people are moving more goods than ever before. Our new site, combined with our extensive network reach ensures our customers continue to receive a first class delivery experience.

“It’s an exciting time in the NSW freight landscape at the moment.” He said.

Located close to the Tamworth regional airport, the new site builds on DXT’s extensive network reach across NSW providing customers with greater access to the New England Region from Sydney and Brisbane.

The DXT facility will be able to support the industry demand and drive growth for the region supporting customers in the retail, agribusiness, and food and beverage industries.

The new site features a secure yard and an awning for loading and unloading, offering maximum protection from weather for all freight.

The new DXT freight facility located at 22-30 Armstrong Street, Tamworth NSW 2340

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