LINX has welcomed the inaugural cohort to LINX FastTrax, a ground-breaking traineeship program designed to provide structured on the job training and mentoring for those eager to enter the freight and logistics sector. Upon successfully completing the two-year program, the…
Brett joins LINX Cargo Care Group following 28 years with McKinsey & Company, where he built his career. Brett has broad strategic, commercial and operational experience across a range of B2B businesses including: rail, logistics, steel, pulp & paper, telecommunications and private equity, to name a few. In these sectors, Brett has worked extensively overseas in cities like London, Atlanta and Mumbai, as well as delivering projects in New Zealand, South-East Asia, and China. Brett is a high-integrity strategic business leader with considerable experience collaborating with CEOs, executive teams, and private equity firms to deliver value to all stakeholders.
Andrew has more than 15 years’ experience working in the services, construction and engineering sectors. He has worked in a variety of senior finance roles with businesses such as Chubb Security Holdings and RCR Tomlinson Group, and managed finance teams across Australia, New Zealand and India.
Andrew has a strong financial and operational background and trained as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst & Young. As LINX Cargo Care Group’s Chief Financial Officer, Andrew is responsible for the Group’s accounting and reporting, tax, treasury, finance shared services and internal controls.
Chris has held various leadership roles within LINX, Pacific National and Asciano working across the strategy, business development and commercial functions. Chris began his career in investment banking where he worked for over ten years for organisations such as Goldman Sachs and Dresdner Kleinwort providing advice to corporates predominantly in Australian and European markets.
As Chief Commercial Officer, Chris is responsible for the Group’s strategic planning, commercial leadership, and delivering on growth opportunities.
CE LINX Australia
Andrew brings more than 25 years’ experience and knowledge in transportation and supply chain management.
Prior to joining LINX in June 2018 Andrew held senior leadership and operational management positions at Toll Holdings Limited, McAleese Group and Asciano, in both the Patrick and Pacific National Divisions.
As Chief Executive of LINX Australia, Andrew is focussed upon the creation and execution of business unit strategies to deliver value. Andrew has oversight of the LINX, Autocare Services and C3 Australia businesses, supporting their growth, managing necessary change whilst maintaining a focus on best practice and safety across the supply chain.
CE, C3 NZ and Pedersen Group
Gavin has more than 14 years with Pedersen Group and more than 23 years in New Zealand’s forestry industry. Gavin’s deep experience in business growth, development, sales and acquisition, delivers an executive level of business acumen, strategic planning and leadership, that are great assets to the Pedersen Group and the wider LINX Cargo Care Group.
Gavin has previously worked as an independent consultant to Fletcher Challenge and Norske Skog, and worked for Winstone Pulp and Red Stag.
Chief Transformation Officer
Eliza has been a member of the LINX Cargo Care Group Senior Leadership Team since the Group’s inception in 2016. Combining her extensive legal expertise with her more than 10 years of experience providing corporate services to businesses in the Logistics, Port Services and Forestry sectors, Eliza brings a well-rounded skillset to the Chief Transformation Officer role. In this role, Eliza utilises her market knowledge and connections to support the entire Group to deliver business transformation and organisational change in sectors that are constantly evolving. Eliza also oversees the development and implementation of the LINX CCG ESG Program.
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.