Kurtz Transport was placed in Voluntary Administration 12th September 2016 and ceased trading on 5th October 2016. We thank our many customers, suppliers and colleagues who we have had the good fortune to work both for and alongside over the past few years. Our exceptional staff have shared this journey and will be a valuable addition to any business fortunate enough to employ them in the future.
KURTZ Transport is a privately owned family business which has been delivering since 1922. We have a long history of being focused on our customers needs directed by Our Values and business principles of ‘Reliability, Consistency and No Fuss’.
The KURTZ Transport branch network provides same day, general, express, hotshot and full load services between Brisbane, Toowoomba and all areas west to Charleville including Chinchilla, Roma, Injune, Wandoan, Taroom and north to Maryborough, Bundaberg, Gladstone and Rockhampton. Additionally KURTZ operates a weekly service to Moomba.
KURTZ extends its reach to many locations beyond our network, nationally, central and north Queensland and northern NSW through a complementary network of agents and on-forwarders.
KURTZ carries parcels, pallets, challenging freight, long, wide and heavy consignments, refrigerated goods, bulk products, construction and mine site supplies and mail encompassing a range of everyday commodities including food, alcohol, tyres, steel, parts, packaged and bulk dangerous goods and internet shopping.
KURTZ Transport carries Full Loads (including in-gauge and long, wide and heavy loads) and Hotshots ANYWHERE, ANYTIME.
As the REGIONAL SPECIALISTS, KURTZ has a deep understanding of the needs of both metropolitan and regional customers. While each customer segment simply wants good, reliable and cost effective service, the needs of each are often different.
Our SOLUTIONS based approach provides every customer a “one stop shop’ option. This option is particularly attractive to those customers striving for simplified supply chains. Our innovative solutions to the often problematic ‘last mile’ in the supply chain delight our customers.