Linfox loses more

Linfox continues to lose senior managers and key operational staff from its FCL rail business unit.

The Australian Financial Review has reported that a significant number of former FCL staff have left the company "because of what is believed to be dissatisfaction with the integration process and the freight forwarding company’s new owner."

Linfox is Australia’s biggest privately owned transport company and has interests in road transport, warehousing and supply chain management, air transport through its ownership of Avalon and Essendon airports in Victoria, and rail through FCL.

The company has recorded disappointing profits in recent times and has lost key management personnel, as reported exclusively by TandLnews (read article).


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