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|Founded||Newcastle, Australia, (1888 )|
|Services||Integrated Service Provider|
|Revenue||A$1.6375 billion  (2014)|
|A$119.2 million  (2014)|
Number of employees
|Parent||Japan Post Holdings|
Toll Global Express is a logistics and transportation division of Toll Group.
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