- 04 Nov
Australian Rail Mission to InnoTrans 2014 Messe Berlin
New SamWilko Advisory Blog by Peter Wilkinson
SamWilko Advisory recently participated in a visit to the largest rail show on earth – InnoTrans – in Berlin in September 2014. The delegation of Australian Rail Suppliers was led by the Rail Supplier Advocate, the Australasian Railway Association, Rail Suppliers Network Australasia, Industry Capability Network and Austrade. I would like to share a few images from the trip.
Let me know if you would like to have a different conversation about Rail Transport in Australia……
BE (Mech), MBA
About the Author
Peter Wilkinson is a Director of SamWilko Advisory, a company that provides specialist consulting and coaching services to businesses in the transportation, construction and technical services industries. Peter believes that “business, like many of life’s challenges, is all about luck. The best business people work hard and smart and are well prepared for when the luck comes along”.
Peter brings 25 years’ plus experience to helping entrepreneurs, business leaders and senior managers who wish to “get lucky” by implementing smart, effective and innovative strategies to better manage time, increase revenue and improve return on equity.
Peter’s expertise is in developing, implementing and managing transportation and construction businesses and major projects. He specialises in outsourced services and has extensive experience in both private and Government funded infrastructure involving procurement across the full spectrum of contracting methodologies.
Peter has applied his asset and systems development and management expertise in the mining, transportation, defence, utilities, property and infrastructure industries both locally and overseas. Peter has refined his project development skills both locally and internationally.
Peter has held Executive Management positions within Transfield Services, GHD Pty Ltd and Serco Asia Pacific and has previously held positions with UGL and in the Public Sector with NSW State Rail Authority (now Sydney Trains).