RWTA announces Corcoran as director


Cold chain industry body appoints new director and Queensland representative

RWTA announces Corcoran as director
Rachel Corcoran (right) with RWTA executive officer Russell Sturzaker in March.

 

The Refrigerated Warehouse and Transport Association of Australia (RWTA) has appointed Americold’s Rachel Corcoran as the body’s new director and Queensland division representative.

Effective as of late November, Corcoran has already assumed the role.

The Americold human resources vice president joins Swire Cold Storage’s Greg Holt and B.E. Campbell’s Darren Mahoney as gaining new positions on the RWTA board during the year.

Holt’s appointment came in July when he became the corporate member representative, while Mahoney became the NSW state representative in August.

David O’Brien also assumed the national chairman role in August, taking over from Paul Fleiszig of Oxford Cold Storage, who took up the position of immediate past chairman.

Among the resignations, Steve Parberry stepped down as NSW state representative, and Shane Moloughney finished up as corporate member representative.  

Peter Quinn also retired from his position as immediate past chairman.

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