Anthony Jones, Group CEO
Anthony’s long career in the transport and logistics industry extends across road, rail and sea, including four years in General Manager roles in Asciano's Patrick and Pacific National businesses. Anthony joined Patrick in 1999, progressing through the operational ranks and holding management positions since 2001.
Bob Shueh, CFO
Bob has held leadership roles in Patrick since 2011 in both the container terminals and bulk and general businesses. Prior to joining Patrick, Bob had extensive leadership experience in projects, financial, commercial and management roles across IT, telecommunications, manufacturing, shipping and logistics industries for businesses such as SAP, Optus, BlueScope and Maersk.
Eliza Anning, Executive GM Corporate Services
Prior to her current role, Eliza led the Patrick Legal team as Deputy General Counsel for Asciano Limited. As the General Manager of Corporate Services, Eliza leads a team of specialist advisors in the fields of Safety, Human Resources, Legal and Company Secretarial, Industrial Relations, Risk and Insurance, Property and Corporate Affairs.
Carlo Cutinelli, Executive GM Customer & Business Development
Carlo leads the sales and business development functions for the group. Having spent more than 17 years in the industry, he has extensive knowledge and experience within the rail, road and sea modes across the industry. Having held senior leadership roles with some of Australia’s largest companies, including Pacific National (Asciano), Toll Holdings and SCT Logistics, Carlo is committed to ensuring the growth of LINX Cargo Care Group continues.
Roger Ingram, Executive GM Assets & Procurement
Roger has been with the Brookfield group of companies for four years, bringing to the organisation over 35 years of experience. For the past twenty years, Roger has been focused in the asset creation, operations and maintenance in a variety of industries, including various utilities and transport infrastructure.
Peter Seaman, Executive GM Health, Safety & Environment
Peter commenced in the Bulk & Automotive Port Services business when it was part of Patrick in 2015, following 10 years of senior HSE roles in Boral. Peter also has a diversified background in operations and finance across heavy industry, particularly in Mining and Construction. As Executive GM Health, Safety & Environment, Peter’s portfolio includes Health, Safety, Environment and Workers’ Compensation.
Sean Jeffries, CEO LINX
As CEO, Sean oversees the management of the LINX business, including stevedoring, logistics and warehousing across Australia. Since joining Patrick in 1998, Sean has led significant transformation in the business, including the introduction of automated operating systems and the integration of multiple businesses. Sean has tremendous knowledge of our maritime and logistics operations and is committed to leading the business through the next phase of the company’s evolution.
James Dorney, CEO Autocare Services
Prior to his appointment as CEO of Autocare Services, James was General Manager of the Patrick Autocare business. Before that, James held several roles across the Patrick business, including General Manager of Patrick Port Logistics and managerial positions in the Container Terminals and General Stevedoring businesses.
Parke Pittar, CEO C3
Parke brings extensive industry, management, financial and operational experience to the group, having spent many years in the ports industry, including nine years as Chief Commercial Officer at Port Nelson and almost four years as Chief Operating Officer at C3. As CEO, Parke drives C3’s growth and expansion plan, leveraging the capabilities of LINX Cargo Care Group as well as his strong relationships with industry and port stakeholders.
Brett Winter, CEO GeelongPort
Brett commenced his maritime logistics career working for Toyota Australia in their export program, before moving into a number of supply chain management roles. Joining Patrick in 2007, Brett has held leadership roles in Business Development, Transport, Stevedoring and Port Facilities Management. As GeelongPort CEO, Brett is responsible for the management of key port assets, operational service delivery and driving the Port’s growth strategy.