’Ace’ Project Manager Simon Wrangham rejoins Logistics Bureau
After a ’Sabbatical’ from consulting that actually lasted four years, Simon Wrangham returns to Logistics Bureau.
After a ’Sabbatical’ from consulting that actually lasted four years, Simon Wrangham returns to Logistics Bureau. During his time away from Logistics Bureau, Wrangham filled two important senior roles, firstly as Group Supply Chain Manager Pacific for Johnson and Johnson and then as Operations Manager for The Purist Company.
Rob O’Byrne, Group Managing Director of Logistics Bureau had this to say about Wrangham’s return to Logistics Bureau:
“I was delighted when Simon indicated that he would like to return to Logistics Bureau as one of our Consulting Directors. I’ve always had the greatest respect for his abilities and had hoped that one day he might ’return to the fold’. Simon is probably one of the best Project Managers of complex implementation programs that I know.”
Wrangham’s key area of consulting focus is the implementation of major change programs (such as IT and facility relocation) within large organisations and he also brings to Logistics Bureau an immense practical experience base within the Pharmaceutical and broader Healthcare industries.
About his return to Logistics Bureau, Wrangham remarked:
“It’s been great to take time out from consulting and return to working in major corporate organisations, but I realised that my real passion is in helping a variety of organisations with a diverse range of issues. It was that variety and constant challenge that I really missed and so I was really grateful that Rob and the rest of the team ’kept my seat warm’ at Logistics Bureau... as they said they would.”
Wrangham took up his new role at Logistics Bureau on Monday 22nd April 2013. He may be contacted at:
And +61 459 982 210
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