National logistics company, Linfox, has added to its team in Western Australia.
Allistar D’Souza will join Linfox’s Consumer and Healthcare group based in Perth.
The Curtin University graduate joined Centurion as a Logistics Coordinator in September 2019 and for the last nine months worked in the role of Freight Officer.
D’Souza, who was at Centurion for more than two years, thanked his colleagues for making his time at the company memorable.
“Words cannot describe what an ecstatic journey it has been at Centurion,” he said in a statement.
“Although this chapter has ended for me, to all my colleagues at Centurion, keep up the good work! I look forward to watching you grow and build on the success we’ve had.”
Centurion, along with ACFS Port Logistics, G&S Transport and Skippers Transport, supported the City of Canning in delivering 150 donated new matteresses to Marninwarntikura Women’s Resource Centre in Fitzroy Crossing.
The roadtrain convoy also transported furniture destined for hard waste in Perth to an indigenous business in Kununurra where it will be refurbished in to affordable furniture for local communities or repurposed into indigenous art.
Proceeds raised from the sale are used to fund further skills training.
The convoy was organised by Senator Glenn Sterle and involved Cam Dumesny CEO Western Roads Federation.