Triple appointment in Ron Crouch restructure


Move complements company's dangerous goods expansion strategy

Triple appointment in Ron Crouch restructure
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Ron Crouch Transport (RCT) is signalling its growth intent with a management restructure to complement its recent facilities investments.

As part of the restructure, the company has completed three appointments.

Graham Bailey is welcomed to a newly created position of chief executive officer.

Bailey has been involved in transport for more than three decades and was most recently the general manager contract logistics NSW for Ceva Logistics.

Current general manager Peter Braneley has been promoted to chief operating officer.

He has been at the firm for more than 13 years and has previous experience in operations and business development.

Dale Bigham joins in another newly created role of national 3PL manager.

Bingham was previously national manager for Chemcouriers.

He has also owned his own company specialising in the national transport of explosives and other dangerous goods.


Read how RCT is making a tilt at the dangerous goods space, here


"In order to efficiently execute our continued growth strategy, it is critical to also have the right personnel in place," executive director Geoff Crouch says.

"This expanded senior management team will ensure that Ron Crouch Transport has the necessary structure and skills to efficiently cope with the future growth of our company throughout these exciting times."

This year RCT acquired a new Sydney site at Orchard Hills and moved into a new site in Brisbane.

 

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