Date and time

Wednesday, 25 August 2021
1pm to 2pm

Location

via Zoom Link
VIC
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BY INVITATION

Join us as we host Brendan Bourke, Chief Executive Officer, Port of Melbourne for a Leaders Webinar on Wednesday 25 August. This is an ideal opportunity to hear insights into infrastructure across Brendan's role with Port of Melbourne and his past ventures with Queensland Motorways, Transurban and CityLink Melbourne.

Date:     Wednesday 25 August 2021

Time:     1-2pm (AEST)

Where:   via Zoom Link

Diet:       Please inform us if you have special dietary requirements

For event enquiries contact Director of Events, Rachael Rooney rachael@roads.org.au

 

OUR SPONSOR

This event is proudly sponsored by Symal

 

 

OUR SPEAKER

Brendan Bourke, Chief  Executive Officer -  Port of Melbourne 

Brendan brings over 35 years of corporate experience and a wealth of infrastructure expertise, including tenure as CEO of Queensland Motorways, where he oversaw the successful transition of the business from government to private ownership. Brendan now directs the largest capital city container and general cargo port, which manages more than one-third of Australia's total container trade and receives approximately 75 per cent of the goods destined for retailers, hospitals, as well as everyday goods.
Brendan will outline the Port’s operations and its economic significance, as well as discussing its integration with other transport modes, including road and rail. He will also share insights drawn from his previous roles with Queensland Motorways, Transurban and CityLink Melbourne.

Brendan brings over 35 years of corporate experience and a wealth of infrastructure expertise, including tenure as CEO of Queensland Motorways, where he oversaw the successful transition of the business from government to private ownership. Brendan now directs the largest capital city container and general cargo port, which manages more than one-third of Australia's total container trade and receives approximately 75 per cent of the goods destined for retailers, hospitals, as well as everyday goods.


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