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IndustryHeavyweightJoinsCoretextoDriveANZ Operations

Industry Heavyweight Joins Coretex to Drive ANZ Operations

Garry Collings Joins Coretex from the Toll Group as GM Operations ANZ Auckland, July 19th 2017. Coretex, the leader in Active Fleet Management solutions announced that Garry Collings has joined the business to head up Coretex’s Operations in the ANZ region.

Garry joins Coretex from Toll’s Specialised Transport Group, which he ran for the last 7 years.

Garry has more than 20 years’ experience in the transport and logistics industry, where he has excelled in both CIO and General Management positions. In his new role at Coretex, Garry will look after all aspects of operations including sales & support, installation and customer success, as well as playing an active role on the Executive Leadership Team.

Selwyn Pellett, Coretex chief executive officer said “I’m delighted that Garry has joined the business. Garry is a seasoned professional with expertise right where we need it. As a regular user of Coretex solutions from his time at Toll, Garry knows a great deal about the potential of the technology and trusts it. I expect him to make a huge difference to our customer programs and improve the experience that we offer our customers across the region.”

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