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In the October edition of Women Moving Australia we look at two women who started out in operational roles in the industry and, over time, have used their experience and knowledge to become management specialists in their field.

Rebecca Warren is a ‘glass-half-full’ kind of person who has forged an enviable career path in the transport and logistics industry. Commencing as a management trainee with Brambles in Newcastle, Rebecca has worked her way to a role in Specialist HR Projects and Improvements with the Roy Hill Project – a 55 million tonne per annum iron ore mining, rail and port project being developed in West Australia’s Pilbara region. With qualifications in business (majoring in IR & HR), law and OHS, she is a shining example of how a career in transport can be tailored to suit the individual. Rebecca’s full profile is available here.

Belinda Polglase grew up surrounded by all things transport – her parents started Brisbane’s All Purpose Transport 40 years ago. After completing studies in human resources, Japanese and management and working in travel, hospitality and executive recruitment, Belinda returned to the fold 18 years ago and is now APT’s Project Manager. Belinda coordinates training for all the company’s staff and owner drivers while also managing the sales team, functions and events and various other projects. She is also the proud mother of four young children. Read more about Belinda here.


PUBLISHED IN Latest News ON October 22, 2015

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