It all began with one man's vision, hard labor, and horse and cart - Albert Toll. Albert Toll started the Toll company in Newcastle, Australia, in 1888, when he started delivering coal by horse and cart. A transportation enterprise grew out of these humble origins. Albert had a fleet of trucks in five sites by the time he died in 1958 at the age of 95. Toll's Board of Directors stated on February 18, 2015, that it has accepted a proposal from Japan Post, one of the world's largest corporations, to purchase all of Toll's shares. Toll was expected to lead Japan Post's global operations. The reaction of Toll's shareholders was largely favorable, and they voted in favor of the acquisition on May 13, 2015. Toll became a division of Japan Post on May 28, 2015. Toll's headquarters are still in Melbourne, and the Toll brand is still used. They're now expanding overseas, thanks to Japan Post's backing. They've come a long way since 1888 when they started hauling coal by horse and cart.Their corporate procedures and rules set the tone for how they conduct business. They recognize that their global company's activities and behavior touch a wide range of stakeholders, including their employees, customers, and suppliers, as well as unions, governments, consumers, and the communities in which they operate. They believe that how they achieve success is just as essential as the accomplishment itself and that they must act ethically and legally. To that end, they're dedicated to encouraging openness and transparency in their operations as well as in their interactions with stakeholders. Their governing codes of conduct and rules specify what people can expect from them when they deal with them, as well as what they anticipate of them when appropriate.

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