Linfox announces executive shake-up

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Third-party logistics company Linfox has announced two major updates to its senior leadership team.

After over three years in the role of CEO, during which time the company exceeded its financial, new business and safety targets, Annette Carey has now joined the Linfox Logistics ANZ Board as a non-executive director.

“Annette joins the Board as Linfox continues its growth following recent acquisitions,” said Peter Fox, Executive Chairman, Linfox. “Her appointment reflects the value Annette brings to Linfox and the respect in which Annette is held by both Linfox and the industry.

“I thank her for her time as CEO and welcome her as a non-executive director to the Board.”

Mark Mazurek will take over Carey’s responsibilities as CEO of Linfox’s ANZ business on 1 February. Mazurek joined the company in 2006 and has held senior leadership positions across Linfox, including in the Intermodal and the Resources and Industrial business units.

“Mark has been central to the acquisition of Aurizon assets in Northern Queensland and the development of strategic facilities such as our new Darwin railhead,” added Fox. “Mark brings exceptional acumen along with new thinking and energy.”

Fox noted that the leadership changes reflect the company’s “continued renewal” to meet the needs of its customers. “Our industry is evolving and we are well positioned for future growth,” he said. “In the past 12 months, Linfox has renewed its leadership team, and we will continue to do this as the industry develops to ensure that we meet the needs of our customers.”

Mark Marurek, left, will replace Annette Carey, right, at CEO AUZ at Linfox, with Carey taking a position on the Linfox Logistics ANZ Board as a non-executive director.
Mark Mazurek, left, will replace Annette Carey, right, at CEO AUZ at Linfox, with Carey taking a position on the Linfox Logistics ANZ Board as a non-executive director.