I used to work at a large company (household name) and none of us ever got calls from outsiders, just from within the company. We all answered by just saying our names. One person, who had previously worked in sales, always answered with all 9 syllables of the entire company name (including "Canada"), a pause, and then her name and "speaking." It was exhausting waiting for my time to speak.
While it may not matter at work, I have a habit of never saying "hello" because that cues telemarketing software to route the call to an agent. Whereas if you just say your name or the company name, you will hear only silence for as long as you're prepared to wait. This makes it worth your while to lose the habit of answering any phone with "hello."
In a work context where you've been given no guidance, I would say go as short as possible, so not "good morning, Long CompanyName Canada, Logistics Department, this is FirstName LastName, how can I help you today?" but not starting with Hello either. Your name doesn't seem stiff to me, but if it does at your company, you can add something cheerful after it, or use just your first name, probably "this is FirstName" or "FirstName speaking" will work.