Stewart Lammin

Ports Australia has reappointed an industry executive as its chair for another two year term.

Flinders Port Holdings Chief Executive, Stewart Lammin, will serve a second term in the role.

Australian Ports handle more than eight million containers annually, with billions of dollars’ worth of goods being imported and exported and Ports Australia represents the ports community at the national level.

Mr Lammin said he looked forward to representing South Australia for a second term on the national body, and appreciated the opportunity to chair an organisation which would oversee such a significant industry and its contributions to the Australian economy.

“Ports are central to Australia’s supply chain, with 98 per cent of our trade coming and going through our ports,” Mr Lammin said.

“With a strong network of ports around Australia, we are reducing the cost of living for Australians as goods are imported and exported efficiently, and we are increasing the competitiveness of our goods in overseas markets.

“Most consumer goods arrive in containers, including electronics, furniture, food and medicine, and our role is to ensure this movement happens effectively and efficiently.”

Feature image: Flinders Port Holdings Chief Executive, Stewart Lammin. Image provided by Flinders Port Holdings.

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