Introducing the Ents
B For Sc (Hons), EMBA, GAICD, MIFA
Andy is a highly-respected forest industry executive with a comprehensive technical background (a recognised expert in eucalyptus and sandalwood plantations); sagacious and street-wise. His fully-rounded resume includes stints on the Ministerial Advisory Committee and Chair of various industry roundtable groups.
Renowned for: listening, developing people, raw truth.
Brett's broad forestry background stretches across the three pillars of planning, silviculture and harvesting. His practical and flexible approach to problem-solving allows us to throw him into any task with high confidence we'll have a tight, cost-effective solution out the back end.
Renowned for: calm, measured, light-handed & light-footed solutions
B For Sc (Hons)
Director, Business Systems
Andrea has a strong background in forest operations, forest policy and developing management systems for industrial forest companies. Her balanced view of size and efficiency ensures management systems stay relevant, focussed and in-tune with business and client objectives.
Renowned for: humanity, discussing the elephants in the room.
Dip Front-line Management
Craig's professional acumen was forged on a journey from the shop floor to the board room table, giving him a full suite of trade and professional tools in his kit-bag. His peerless knowledge and understanding of harvesting and logistics adds enormous value to clients across our wood broking and management arms.
Renowned for: honesty, laser-like focus, technical brilliance
Mild-mannered Ted's calm demeanour masks a Superman-like capacity for squirrelling into the detail, charming all comers and leaping our tall blue gums in a single bound. Ted brings his wide silvicultural knowledge to the Ents southern regions, from Scott River, to Northcliffe and beyond Bridgetown. Ted's backyard includes a vast network of local and industry contacts. He (literally) maintains a helicopter view of his operations as a self-taught drone pilot.
Renowned for: first-class stakeholder management, disarming the difficult customers.