Marcus Carmont, former Global Head of Sales and Business Development at Toll Group, will join TM Insight as Executive Director of Business Development.
Marcus brings more than 20 years of international supply chain experience, having held senior management positions at Toll Group and CEVA Logistics.
According to TM Insight, this newly created role will strengthen the business’ leadership team and the organisation’s ability to provide customer-led supply chain solutions across Australia, New Zealand and throughout South-East Asia.
Most recently, Marcus led the sales and new business for Toll Group’s global logistics business. He worked with a vast array of global brands, such as Kimberly-Clark, Pernod, Asahi and Lindt, in optimising their supply chain strategies across North America, Asia including China, Australia and New Zealand.
Marcus will be based at the TM Insight Melbourne office and will work alongside Chief Customer Officer Nathan Bingham and other senior directors.
“In the last year, we have seen significant growth in our business, as logistics and supply chains become more important than ever throughout the region. It’s humbling that we can attract the level of talent to our business that Marcus brings. Our goal has always been to provide our clients with an unmatched level of expertise and experience so we can deliver outcomes that provide them with a clear competitive advantage. Marcus is one of the industry’s eminent experts who can help our clients design and execute leading-edge supply chains and property solutions,” Nathan Bingham, Chief Customer Officer at TM Insight said.
“Without doubt, the current environment is forcing many leading organisations to rethink their supply chain strategies and rework their complex systems so they can be agile in responding to significant shifts in the market. I’m incredibly excited and looking forward to utilising my experience to continue to deliver on customer-led solutions to support TM Insight’s current and future customers in creating optimised, resilient and flexible supply chains,” Marcus said.