Upstart freight provider announces new GM

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Logistics and freight provider, CRL Express, has appointed a new General Manager.

Brendan Tate was officially announced in the role last week.

Formerly the National Transport Manager at DGL Group and before that the General Manager at Freight Assist, Tate said he was humbled and grateful

“I’d like to say a massive thank you to [Founder] Roy Kazamias for the opportunity and for being appointed as General Manager at CRL Express,” he said.

“I look forward to the new challenge and opportunity to work with the team on building and expanding such an amazing business,” Tate said in a statement.

Since it was formed in 2018, CRL Express has established a national footprint specialising in general and express bulk freight transport, 3PL warehousing and distribution in addition to carton and break bulk freight.

Initially conceived as a small linehaul transport operator, CRL Express has broadened its offering over time partly through its approach to logistics solutions.

The basis of this, according to the company, has been achieved by providing a determined, solution-based approach with an “uncompromised level of service to its customers.

In other news mechanical engineer, Adam Ritzinger, has left Team Global Logistics for a position with the Heavy Vehicle Industry Australia.

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