TGE CEO Christina Holgate speaks at the launch in Brisbane.
Team Global Express has officially unveiled its new brand and logo at an event in Brisbane.
The rollout of the new brand has been 12 months in the making as the company updated its branding across its fleet, uniforms buildings, digital assets and signage.
In August Toll Global Express announced it was changing its name and brand identity to Team Global Express.
According to a statement issued by the company, ‘Team Global Express’ reflects the passion, commitment, and integrity of its people who it identified as being the most integral part of the business.
The Team Global Express brand is “committed to the highest level of customer service and performance,” according to Michael Jothy Chief Financial Officer.
“Backed by an unrivalled network, delivering to more places than any other transport provider, Team Global Express builds unique, innovative and tailored solutions across road, rail, air and sea providing transport, logistics and business solutions to customers throughout Australia and New Zealand,” he said.
The distinct olive and lime green scheme reflects, along with the brand, its heritage, culture, and commitment to deliver trusted and reliable services for its customers.
“Today is a proud day for me as Chair of Global Express, as we unveil the company’s new name – Team Global Express,” said Adrian Loader, Founding member of Allegro Funds and Chairman of the TGE Board of Directors.
“The culture of collaboration and teamwork at Team Global Express is one of the most unique and special I have experienced in my career. It’s why this new name resonates with me and the wider group so much – as we are a true team dedicated to each other and our customers,” he said.
“We like to say we ‘bleed green’ to define our commitment – because we really are here for each other and our customers.
“Almost a year ago, we embarked on a journey to transform this business and despite a challenging operating environment, I am proud to say Team Global Express has returned to growth. Today we recorded a first half FY23 revenue growth of 20 per cent compared to the prior period.
“While there is much more hard work ahead – today I am pausing to celebrate the successes we have had to date and again thank our amazing people for helping us achieve all that we have.”
In September Team Global Express signed a $250 million loan facility with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA).
As part of an agreement to refinance its business, the funding will underpin Global Express’ business transformation and provide additional liquidity to support further investment into the business and fund its growth plans.