Coastal Midwest Transport specialise in air, train, sea and road freightage around Perth, Kalgoorlie, the state, country and the world. Collaborating with agents and partners, we coordinate all freight movements so that your cargo is handled with the utmost care and consideration from collection to delivery. Wharf cartage, storage and distribution are just some of our specialties.
Coastal Midwest Transport venture anywhere the ocean, rail or road permits. Our team of expert hauliers welcome ‘unusual’ requests, without exception. (No job is too cumbersome, trivial or too remote). When other freighters claim, “That can’t be done”, our enthusiastic team of hauliers have already devised a transport plan, outlining the most effective method and route for careful handling and relocation of your valuable cargo.
We’ve been successfully hauling every imaginable item of freight (from heavy machinery to pallets and cartons to Great Grandad’s war medals) since 1993. We’ve ventured across the state, country and world and we’ve every intention to continue to provide and further enhance our personalised, highly professional service.
Every conceivable industry utilises our air, road and sea transportation services. Agriculture, automotive, building and construction, education, exploration and mining, food and beverage, medical and the scientific are just some of the industries that rely upon us to deliver. Whether supplying medical supplies to Outback Australia or spare parts to the Kalgoorlie Super Pit; we treat every request equally, applying the same professionalism and care. We value all of our clients, treating your items as if they are our own.
We provide reliable, next day delivery from Sunday night through to Friday night, with Saturday deliveries upon request. Urgent run ‘Hot shot’ drivers can be arranged at short notice and a locked collection service across Perth and Kalgoorlie is available when security risks are high.
We’ll venture anywhere, any time. You only need ask us and the response will always be a resounding “Yes we can!”