MaxiPARTS

Key People

ROBERT H. WYLIE

Chairman, Non-Executive

Currently a Director of The Walter + Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Mr. Wylie has wide ranging experience in professional service in a variety of management roles with Deloitte. He has previously held senior positions with Deloitte Touche USA LLP. Prior to this, he was Deputy Managing Partner Asia Pacific. This followed a long career with Deloitte Australia, including eight years as National Chairman. Mr. Wylie also served on the Global Board of Directors and the Governance Committee of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu and the Global Board of Directors of Deloitte Consulting. Mr. Wylie is also a former National President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia. Formerly a Director of Elders Limited from November 2009 to August 2012 and Director of both Centro Properties Limited and CPT Manager Limited from October 2008 to December 2011.

JAMES R. CURTIS

Deputy Chairman, Non-Executive

Mr. Curtis was one of the founders of the Group in 1972. He has over 50 years’ experience in the transport equipment industry and is a pioneer of fibreglass road transport equipment in Australia.

PETER LOIMARANTA

Managing Director and CEO

Mr Loimaranta was appointed Managing Director and CEO of MaxiPARTS in 2021 following the disposal of the MaxiTRANS Trailer Solutions business. He joined the MaxiTRANS family in 2005 as Financial Controller of the Parts business. Mr Loimaranta then took on the role Company Secretary and then become the General Manager of Colrain (rebranded to MaxiPARTS in 2012) in 2007. Between 2017 and 2019 he held the role of Group General Manager – International before returning to the MaxiPARTS business as General Manager - MaxiPARTS and International. Before joining MaxiTRANS he held various finance and corporate development in roles with global construction material companies Hanson and Holcim in Australia and various parts of Asia.

MARY VERSCHUER

Director, Non-Executive

Ms Verschuer is an experienced non-executive director and is currently President of The Infants’ Home, a provider of integrated early childhood education, family day care, early intervention and health services. Ms Verschuer has over 25 years of global senior management experience across a range of industries, including leading the Minerals and Metals business for Schenck Process and the Asian business for Huhtamaki. In those roles, Ms Verschuer had responsibility for manufacturing, supply chain and sales operations in diverse geographies and cultures.

GREG SEDGWICK

Director, Non-Executive

Mr. Sedgwick is an experienced non-executive director and has extensive local and international experience in the industrial and manufacturing sectors, including with BOC Ltd and as CEO of listed building products company Crane Group Ltd.