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Maritime Logistics Community News : November 2009
25 NAVY SUPPLY NEWSLETTER SPRING 2009 management as it does to effectively manage any Supply Department, Section or Logistic Unit supporting a RAN operational organisation. But if communication between client and contractor is managed correctly, the commercial partner can provide support to the RAN that enables them to focus on their core role and continue to build their reputation around the world. I conclude this article by thanking the Editor for the invitation to write this article and I hope that it has provided an insight into the range of operations performed by PDL Toll and also provided an alternate view of an international approach to logistics and support. About the Author: Ian Menzies served 15 years in the RAN as a Supply Officer leaving the Navy in early 2004. Sea postings included time in HMA Ships TORRENS, HOBART and MANOORA other career highlights included postings to HQ 1st JMOVGP, Maritime Headquarters Plans Section, and as the Flag Lieutenant to the Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral David Shackleton AO. Ian is currently the Head of Business Development within PDL Toll. During five years with PDL Toll, Ian has worked in a number of areas including operational roles supporting the Australian Federal Police, United Nations, the RAN and other regional Navies. In his current role Ian works with a multi-skilled team to develop logistic solutions for both commercial and government clients globally. BIG STEPS WITH A SMALL FOOTPRINT – PDL TOLL TEAM LEADER JAMIE VOKLA TRAINS LOCAL EMPLOYEES IN HONIARA, SOLOMON ISLANDS Your Logistic Support www.pdltoll.com