Border checkpoints haven't slowed down interstate truck drivers as online shoppers fuel freight.
Peter Granger from Grangers Freight Lines said current checkpoints were "no big deal for truckers".
"The waiting period depends on the time of day and traffic, but often the trucks get through within 20 minutes," he said.
For the Goulburn businessman the checkpoints hadn't negatively impacted the company and so far there had been "no major dramas".
Mr Granger said officials usually let freight trucks flow through the border and diverted cars for checking.
"It's not as bad as everyone makes it out to be," Mr Granger said.
The business has strict workplace COVID-19 precautions in place with paperwork required to get through checkpoints.
"When drivers get to their destination they are not in close contact with anyone," he said.
"There is even a separate port-a-loo for interstate drivers to use."
Drivers don't assist in unloading or loading the truck and only ensure the load has been secured correctly before they return home. The family-run company currently has an average of one truck passing through the Victorian border a day.
While some industries have been negatively impacted by COVID-19, Mr Granger said freight was "flat out".
"We have been really busy," he said.
"In general the transport industry has been good."
While the importation of goods from overseas has slowed down, Mr Granger said products made in Australia were still quick to be delivered.
Online shopping goods, as well as building and landscaping products, currently make up the majority of items requiring freight for the business.
Grangers Freight Lines is based out of Goulburn with depots in Moss Vale, Sydney and Melbourne. The business was established in 1953.