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ICHCA Port Kembla Luncheon: The role of AAT on the waterfront
Wollongong, Australia - November 8, 2019
Seminar / workshop

Speaker: Antony Perkins Managing Director, Australian Amalgamated Terminals (AAT)

With 35 years of executive management experience in the transport and logistics sector, Antony began his career as a stevedore as part of his family's business Perkins Shipping. Joining Patrick in the late 1990's, Antony was head of the NSW Bulk and General side of the business looking after Port Kembla, Darling Harbour and Newcastle. In this role Antony lead the Patrick side of formation of AAT.

Antony then went and joined the POAGS team which is now known as Qube Bulk. Antony held various senior roles including National Operations Manager, and then Business Development and Director of Qube Bulk. Antony was appointed the Managing Director of AAT in 2017.

November 8, 2019

12:00 for 12:15 commencement (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein


Contact for booking / more info:
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