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ICHCA Australia - luncheons (Melbourne)
Melbourne, Australia - 16th July
Corporate event

Luncheon Meeting at The Hotel Windsor, Melbourne

Presentation by - Mike Lean, Chief Executive Officer Port of Hastings Development Authority

“Victoria’s Next Container Port”

Mike previously held senior appointments within BAE Systems Australia Ltd and most recently was the Head of Project Management and Business Governance for the Maritime Business Unit headquartered here in Williamstown. He also held senior appointments with the Tenix Group.

Before joining the private sector he had a distinguished military career in the Australian Army as a commissioned officer. He is a graduate of the Officer Cadet School – Portsea and was commissioned into the Royal Australian Infantry Corps. In 2003, he assumed command of the 5th/7th Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment and then commanded the Australian Battle group (VII) in East Timor.
Mike holds a bachelor’s degree, a Masters in Defence Studies and a Masters in Business Administration. He is a member of the Australian Institute of Project Management.

16th July

11.45 am for 12.00 pm start – Finishing at 2.00 pm (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

The Hotel Windsor 111 Spring Street, Melbourne

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