Marshall to lead ASCO Transport & Logistics
More growth to be the focus in challenging times as Ron Currie departs
International oil and gas services company ASCO Group has appointed Carey Marshall as general manager of local subsidiary ASCO Transport & Logistics.
Marshall will focus on growing the ASCO Transport & Logistics, formerly Bonnie Rock Transport, business.
Before joining ASCO, Marshall was transport manager (WA/NT) at Holcim Australia.
During his 20 years’ experience as senior manager, Marshall has worked across transport and oil and gas field logistics.
He has also held senior positions at Oilfield and General Transport (OGT) and Linfox, where he was responsible for the Gorgon Project and Schlumberger Oilfield Services based in Darwin.
"I am excited by what Carey will bring to the business in terms of his knowledge and experience in the transport and logistics industry," ASCO Australasia CEO Matt Thomas says.
"He is a proven performer with a focus on developing staff to support client operations.
"As we continue to grow, Carey’s ability to bring the best out of people will help ensure we continue to build on the success ASCO has enjoyed in Australia over the past few years," Thomas says.
Marshall will replace outgoing GM Ron Currie, who leaves after spending 17 years in the business his father, Jim Currie, founded in 1998.
In a statement issued today, Thomas thanked Currie, his father Jim and Jim’s brother John for their support to ASCO.
ASCO Transport & Logistics has three depots in Western Australia – Perth, Dampier and Dongara, and one in Queensland – Chinchilla.