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LINX Cargo Care Group names new CEO

Brett Grehan will resume the role of CEO at LINX Cargo Care Group following Anthony Jones’ resignation.

He joins the Group following 28 years with McKinsey & Company, most recently as a Senior Partner.

Having built his career with McKinsey & Company, Grehan’s extensive working history, combined with his commercial and strategic expertise, has enabled him to accumulate strong sector experience in industrials including rail and steel, logistics, telecommunications and private equity.

Brett Grehan.

In these sectors, Grehan has worked overseas in cities like London, Atlanta and Mumbai, as well as delivering projects for clients in New Zealand, south east Asia, Hong Kong and China.

The LINX Cargo Care Group Board is pleased to have Grehan join LINX CCG in this crucial leadership position where he will, together with the LINX CCG Senior Leadership Team, lead and guide the Group sustainably forward amidst the ever-changing operational and economic landscape.

Grehan’s broad cross-sector experience and valuable insights and perspectives from his many years with McKinsey & Company, will benefit our Group and our position in Australia’s and New Zealand’s logistics supply chains.

While Grehan officially commences on Monday 25 October he has already begun working with the Group Senior Leadership Team to ensure a smooth transition to the role in advance of Anthony Jones departing at the end of the month.

In other news, the Griffith-based fleet of LINX Cargo Care Group has invested in another 13 new Kenworth K200s.

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