About Print Media Logistics
Print Media Logistics transports newspapers and print media across country and metropolitan NSW. Print Media Logistics was established through an amalgamation of two long-standing newspaper transportation companies called Southbound Transport Pty Ltd and Central Coast Newstrans Pty Ltd.
Southbound Transport has provided services to NAPL (News Australia Production & Logistics) since 1971, while Central Coast Newstrans has delivered News Ltd papers since 1981.
In 2011, the two companies joined forces as Print Media Logistics to compete with the large non-specialist courier companies. The previous four decades of specialist newspaper and print media transportation experience has helped Print Media Logistics go from strength to strength.
Driven by relationships
Print Media Logistics maintains positive relationships not only with our clients, but also the contractors that work with us and the newsagents and distributors that rely on us. Good relationships promote effective communication and this helps our transportation service to run smoothly and efficiently.
PML takes pride in liaising with experienced contractors and utilising their services where possible. We then add the support of our established processes. That way, our resources and systems benefit the client but without any loss of continuity or alliance.
Newspaper and print media publishers can rest assured that Print Media Logistics has the resources, the experience and the service commitment to transport print media across NSW accurately and on time.