Lammin to take reins as Flinders Ports CEO


Long-serving boss Tremaine will hand over post in March

Lammin to take reins as Flinders Ports CEO
Outgoing Flinders Ports Holding CEO Vincent Tremaine, left, with newly-appointed CEO Stewart Lammin

 

Flinders Ports Holdings (FPH) will see general manager Stewart Lammin become CEO in March.

The South Australian ports operator’s incumbent, Vincent Tremaine, is to step down then after 16 years in the role.

"The FPH Board wishes to acknowledge the significant contribution and leadership of FPH by Vincent Tremaine during his tenure as CEO," chairman John Marlay says.

"During this time FPH acquired the Adelaide Container Terminal and launched Flinders Logistics, a highly successful national logistics & stevedoring business, and both containers handled and other cargo volumes tripled.

"Vincent has been instrumental in developing a capable leadership team, expanding FPH business activities outside of South Australia, and developing a strong reputation for customer service delivery, innovation and safety throughout FPH operations.

"Vincent has also been an outstanding business leader within the industry, including his roles as Chairman of Business SA, Chairman of Ports Australia, and a director of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator."

A maritime industry professional, Lammin has been an FPH executive since 2004.

A transition process will occur between now and March 5, following which Tremaine is to fulfil a four month business advisory role to FPH until his departure in August.

 

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