25th November 2015

Interfleet Australasia has announced several new additions to the company’s management team. A total of five appointments have been made.

Mark Carling has been named as Rolling Stock Director. He was previously the Managing Director of Faiveley, Australia. Mark is taking over from Kevin Chaloner, who plans to retire.

An announcement will be made shortly with regards to the new State Manager for New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. At present, this role is held by Brian Hastings, who will stay in the business as a part time consultant, delivering projects.

Jim Claxton has been appointed as Rail Control Systems Director. Jim started out in Interfleet’s UK business, and is currently Head of Control Centre & Traffic Management Systems.

Ian Mash has been promoted to Director, Operations. Ian was previously Interfleet Australasia’s Safety & Assurance and Projects Business Leader.

Finally, former Interfleet employee and associate Ben Calder will be returning to the business, to assume the role of Bid Manager.

Mark Hughes, Regional Director for Interfleet Australasia comments: The changes to our leadership team will take place between early December and early January, and are perfectly timed to support the company during an exciting period of growth.”

Interfleet recently announced that from 1st January 2016, it will change its name to SNC-Lavalin Rail & Transit and fully integrate into its Canadian parent.

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