Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC) has appointed a new chief executive officer, Peter O’Sullivan.
GPC chairman Leo Zussino said Mr O’Sullivan had extensive experience in project management as well as broad senior executive leadership experience, particularly in the ports sector.
“Peter is a dynamic leader and has a reputation for achieving high levels of performance and strong results, and I am confident that his diverse experience, energy and vision for the business will put GPC in good stead as the corporation continues to grow trade across its three port precincts of Gladstone, Bundaberg and Rockhampton,” Mr Zussino said.
Mr O’Sullivan has held numerous senior management roles throughout Australia over the past 20 years, including as project director for Building Queensland, and has previously worked as GPC’s Corporate Relations general manager and project manager, specialising in significant port development marine projects.
He replaces Craig Doyle, who resigned in January this year.