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FRE Full Year Results to 30 June 2020

Monday 24th August 2020

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Freightways Limited  - From the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer 

In the last quarter of this financial year, every one of Freightways’ business units were called upon to provide essential services during the COVID-19 lockdowns in New Zealand and Australia. 

The challenges were many and varied: from the delivery of food and personal protective equipment (PPE), the retrieval of hospital files held in offsite storage and the establishment of new trans-Tasman airfreight services to keep export markets open, to the collection of medical waste from newly formed quarantine facilities. Freightways’ brands helped to pick up, process and deliver over 20 million essential items for our customers.

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NZX Preliminary Results Announcement FY20 

Source: Freightways Limited



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