TMX welcomes two supply chain consultants in New Zealand

01 April 2021 2 min. read
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Asia Pacific supply chain and property consultancy TMX has bolstered its team in New Zealand with two new senior supply chain consultants.

Matthew Shore joins the firm from Big Four giant EY, where he spent five years in its Advisory division. Latterly a Manager in its Supply Chain service line, Shore specialises in supply chain strategy, process design, procurement transformation, and the implementation of systems including WMS and APS. His experience spans the food distribution, industrial catering, agriculture and the public sectors. 

In his most recent engagement, Shore worked with Foodstuffs North Island supporting New Zealand’s largest distribution centre opening, transition and ramp up. 

Matthew Shore and Siva Manoharan - TMX

Commenting on his transfer, Shore took to LinkedIn to state: “The past five at EY have been a blast – I’ve loved the projects and people! I’m moving to TMX in Auckland to continue focusing on my passion areas within supply chain.” 

Siva Manoharan brings over 18 years of experience in logistics, transport and IT for leading multinational companies across Australia and New Zealand to the consulting firm – which has five offices in ANZ (Melbourne, Brisbane Sydney, Adelaide and Auckland) and three in Southeast Asia (Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Singapore).

Before TMX, Manoharan worked fifteen years at DHL across a range of roles. Most recently as a Program Manager, he specialised in program management and the delivery of warehouse management system of third party logistics projects. He was also instrumental in delivering various digitalisation tools such as robotic processes automation, SMART devices, a resource planning tool, and warehouse labour management tools.

“We are thrilled to have Matt and Siva join the rapidly growing New Zealand team to aid in our expansion across Asia Pacific,” said the firm in a LinkedIn post.

Formed in September 2020 by the merger between TM Insight and XAct Solutions (and rebranded to TMX earlier this month), TMX has around 140 consultants specialised in supply chain, e-commerce property management. The company is led by chief executive officer Travis Erridge.