MIC directors reappointed

Federal government reappoints Claire Filson and Ray Wilson to their director roles

MIC directors reappointed
Ray Wilson (left) with Claire Filson. Note: image altered.


The federal government has reappointed two Moorebank Intermodal Company (MIC) directors to the infrastructure project’s board for new three-year terms.

MIC, which oversees the development of the Moorebank intermodal freight precinct and the movement of freight along Australia’s east coast, will continue into 2016 with Claire Filson and Ray Wilson on its eight-person board.

Filson, who has been on the board three years, has a background in public and private sector construction law and financial services, while Wilson has a history in accounting and investment banking.

According to a government media statement, both "will continue to provide valuable service and ensure continuity and stability as MIC implements the terms of its commercial deal with the Sydney Intermodal Terminal Alliance."

However, fellow board member Stephen Williams has told the MIC board chair Kerry Schott that he will not seek reappointment into 2016.


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