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Linfox on verge of becoming nation’s biggest 3PL outfit

Leading logistics specialist, Linfox, is evaluating becoming the nation's biggest third-party logistics provider.

As reported in the Australian Financial Review, Linfox upper management has been involved in concurrent talks with eStore Logistics.

The company, founded in 2008 by director and majority shareholder Leigh Williams, is part owned by Ruslan Kogan whose group Kogan Management Pty Ltd maintains a 19 per cent stake.

It is understood Linfox is looking to become the company's majority shareholder.

At present eStore Logistics fulfils over 40,000 orders a day and expanded into Sydney last year where it operates a newly built distribution centre.

Patagonia, Temple & Webster and are among its major clients.

Recently Linfox purchased Aurizon intermodal after taking full control of drinks distribution business BevChain in 2017.

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