Guarino gains SeaRoad COO role

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The high-pro­file po­lice­man has been one of the ma­jor faces of road safety in the state and ar­rives af­ter more than three decades in the force.

“Doug brings strong or­gan­i­sa­tional lead­er­ship, in-depth un­der­stand­ing of the work­ings of govern­ment and is held in high re­gard at fed­eral and state lev­els,” Lin­fox CEO ANZ Mark Mazurek says. “I look for­ward to work­ing with Doug to con­tinue de­liv­er­ing strong cus­tomer ser­vice in our Govern­ment and De­fence busi­ness unit.”

Fryer’s ap­point­ment of fol­lows re­tired ma­jor gen­eral Mick Slater’s de­ci­sion to leave Lin­fox af­ter three year in the post.

“I would like to thank and farewell Mick Slater,” Mazurek says. “Mick has been part of the Lin­fox Ex­ec­u­tive Lead­er­ship Team [ELT] since 2015 and has suc­cess­fully led the govern­ment and de­fence busi­ness unit dur­ing this time. Mick’s high stan­dards have been a hall­mark of his time with Lin­fox and I wish him well in the fu­ture.”

Fryer joins the ELT on Au­gust 20 and will be based in Mel­bourne. The move fol­lows less than a month af­ter the com­pany gained ports ex­pert Mick Cronin as the new pres­i­dent of re­tail for its Aus­tralian busi­ness.

Cronin was for­merly NSW Ports gen­eral man­ager strat­egy and com­mer­cial, with Lin­fox not­ing his long ex­pe­ri­ence in sup­ply chain, lo­gis­tics, op­er­a­tions and pro­cure­ment and work within a num­ber of large Aus­tralian and global com­pa­nies.

LIN­FOX LO­GIS­TICS is to gain the ser­vices of Vic­to­rian Road Polic­ing Com­mand as­sis­tant com­mis­sioner Doug Fryer, above, as pres­i­dent govern­ment and de­fence.

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