Our transport and distribution services are outlined on this page. Use the table of contents below to skip directly to the relevant section.

Compas Transport Business Operations


  • Centrally located regional facilities
  • Security patrolled premises
  • Australia wide satellite tracking system availability.

Delivery Assurance – Transit Time Schedule and Service Standards

Freight consigned under our express service is delivered to adjacent cities and towns overnight. Listed below are the normal transit times (excluding weekends and public holidays) to the 19 largest cities and towns in New South Wales and ACT. Cities and towns listed below are a guide only.

Ex – Sydney

Gosford Same Day
Newcastle Same Day
Taree Same Day
Port Macquarie Same Day
Coffs Harbour Same Day
Grafton Same Day
Lismore Same Day
Tamworth Same Day
Dubbo Same Day
Mudgee Same Day
Orange Same Day
Bathurst Same Day
Blue Mountains Same Day
Wollongong Same Day
Canberra Same Day
Goulbourn Same Day
Wagga Wagga Same Day
Albury Same Day
Wodonga Same Day
Brisbane Overnight
Melbourne Overnight


  • These transit times assume pick up and delivery times during standard operating hours (excluding public holidays and weekends);
  • All transit times are based on the agreed current and future scheduling set out by Compas Transport and you.
  • Our entire network is all positioned strategically for the benefit of our clients.
  • Compas Transport transit schedule, where all major ports are serviced daily/overnight.

Compas Transport Delivery Map

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Specialised Delivery Services

Special cost effective-added services are also available and have been arranged to meet precise market needs. Compas Transport is keen to provide special services, as listed below. Costing is on application.

  • Time specific deliveries.
  • Controlled Returns.
  • Dedicated linehaul services.
  • Non-refrigerated services.
  • Storage and warehousing.
  • Time sensitive deliveries.

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Compas Transport Team Environment

Compas Transport’s employees have become more aware of the ‘big picture’ and the rewards that excellence can create. Because employees have an interest in the success of the business, Compas Transport offers a stable workplace environment.

Each member of the Compas Transport team has the ability to make decisions, solve problems and implement effective strategies in their area of expertise to ensure Compas Transport remains the best express freight distribution company to deal with. Historically, some of the most successful productivity improvements and cost saving plans have come from “the coal face” level of operations including customer service, drivers, and depot supervisors.

Compas Transport’s commitment to ongoing quality management provides employees with the tools required to deliver the best possible outcome for customers. Tools such as modern technology, training and incentives are offered to help optimise employee performance, ensuring customers receive quality service.

Employee training is a vital part of the process to achieve a culture of improvement. All employees are multi-skilled and are evaluated for performance, contribution and assisted in the achievement of their personal career goals.

Managers and supervisors are responsible for conducting six monthly employee performance reviews. The reviews also address training requirements, educational courses to be undertaken and individual goals.

Succession plans are in place. Successful development and training of employees has lead to key performance outcome of excellence in accountability, responsibility and quality outcomes. Compas Transport creates an environment where employees can, and want to, do their very best.

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Compas Transport Occupational Health & Safety

Effectively managing health and safety in the workplace relies on assurance, discussion, and support. Everyone in the workplace needs to recognise the need for health and safety, what their role is in making the workplace safer, and how they can fulfill their responsibilities under the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000.

Compas Transport is dedicated to continuously progress the workplace in terms of health and safety of employees.

The Occupational Health and Safety Act provide a structure for discussion between management and employees on health and safety. Compas Transport believes that effective discussion can make a real difference to workplace health and safety. Change for the better is not complicated to achieve when employers and employees work together and help to find solutions to problems.

Discussion about health and safety, and the expansion of policies and procedures, which are backed up by information and regular training, will have a real effect on reducing and preventing injuries at work.

The development and implementation of the Compas Transport Occupational Health and Safety statements, policies and procedures, is consistent with the provisions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Compas Transport Occupational Health and Safety Policy, and associated procedure and training documentation.

Quality management systems provide the opportunity to include health and safety in business management. This means there is a greater importance on workplaces being able to measure their own performance and use those measurements to drive continuous improvement.

Compas Transport is committed to the management of Occupational Health and Safety in the workplace through the use of these principles.

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Compas Transport Fatigue Management

Driver Fatigue

Scheduling of individual trips and rostering of drivers will be in accordance with limits prescribed in legislation.


Scheduling and rostering practices are to ensure all trip schedules and driver rosters are planned and assigned in compliance with the legislated operating limits taking into account the transport task, and time for the transport task to be completed safely.


To satisfy this standard Compas Transport has demonstrated the following:

1.1 Schedules and rosters are documented

1.2 Schedules and rosters are monitored and regularly reviewed

1.3 Action is taken to minimise fatigue risks when altering schedules and rosters

1.4 Guidelines are in place for the use of relief/casual drivers where required

1.5 The increased fatigue risk for a driver returning from leave is considered in scheduling and rostering of the driver;

1.6 Drivers are to have input into schedules where practicable to ensure trip plans are reasonable

1.7 Schedulers provide sufficient advance pre-trip notification to ensure drivers can comply with legislation and

1.8 Schedules and rosters are planned to be reasonable and achievable under legislative operating limits.


The authorisations, responsibilities and duties of all positions involved in the management, operation, administration, participation and verification of their operations under the Basic Fatigue Management option are current, clearly defined and documented and carried out accordingly.


The compliant operation of the Basic Fatigue Management option is dependent on all relevant personnel knowing and fulfilling their responsibilities to ensure that the requirements of the Basic Fatigue Management standards are met.


To satisfy this standard Compas Transport has demonstrated the following:

  • All relevant personnel are carrying out their duties and responsibilities compliant with the Basic Fatigue Management standards and the operator’s fatigue management system
  • Authorities, responsibilities and duties relating to the Basic Fatigue Management fatigue management system are current, clearly defined and communicated to all appropriate personnel
  • Management practices are in place to deter non-compliance and implement corrective actions and
  • A communication process (e.g. in-trip communication with drivers, meetings, notices, newsletters) is in place to facilitate the exchange of information between drivers and management where practical and appropriate.

Records and Documentation

Compas Transport has implemented, authorised, maintained and reviewed documented policies and procedures that ensure the management, performance and verification of the Basic Fatigue Management option in accordance with the standards.


This standard requires a system to manage and maintain records that relate to the requirements of the Basic Fatigue Management standards. Documented evidence is maintained to demonstrate the level of compliance with the Basic Fatigue Management standards.


To satisfy this standard Compas Transport has demonstrated the following:

  • Policies, procedures and instructions covering all activities required to meet the Basic Fatigue Management standards are authorised, current, clearly defined and available to all relevant personnel
  • All Basic Fatigue Management option records are legible, stored, maintained and available for management and audit purposes for at a minimum one year
  • Records of participating drivers are kept current
  • Documents are approved, issued, reviewed, modified and accounted for in accordance with Compas Transport prescribed control procedures and
  • Records include individual driving hour’s records for all nominated drivers (e.g. work diaries, rosters, schedules).

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