Toll Group, part of Japan Post Holdings, is a transportation and logistics company with operations in road, rail, sea, air and warehousing. It has three principal businesses, Global Forwarding, Global Logistics and Global Express Services, with some 1200 sites in about 50 countries, mostly in Asia and the Pacific.
Built on a horse-and-cart coal hauling business begun in 1888 by Albert Toll, the Toll business was purchased by National Minerals in 1959. It became part of mining conglomerate Peko Wallsend in 1962. Under Peko Wallsend, which used Toll for all its transport activities, Toll was developed into a national carrier. The company subsequently underwent a name change to Toll-Chadwick, and its new owners sought to integrate its businesses and expand into containerized shipping. Having gone public in 1993, the company was acquired by Japan Post Holdings in 2015