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Toll Group GM announces resignation

The Toll Group general manager has left the company after more than 20 years with the logistics and transport giant

General manager of equipment and fleet at transport giant Toll Group, Nathan Perrott, has announced his resignation from the company.

Perrott finished up with Toll Group last week, marking the end of an era.

Perrott says he’s grateful for the opportunity to reflect on what he says has been a great experience over 20 years at Toll Group.

Perrott’s time at Toll includes more than 10 different roles across the Australia and Asia Pacific region.

“After an incredible 23-year journey with Toll Group, I bid farewell to this chapter of my life,” Perrott says.

“A special shout-out to my exceptional leadership team, who tackled challenges head-on, standing together in the face of every obstacle.

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“As I step into this new phase of my life, I want to extend my best wishes to Toll Group for the future.”

Perrott says Toll Group has played a major role in shaping the person he is, with Perrott to now take a break to recharge and refocus.

“The future is brimming with possibilities and I’m eagerly waiting to see what it has in store,” he says.

“Thank you Toll Group and everyone who has been part of this journey. Here’s to the memories, the lessons and the exciting adventures that lie ahead.”

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