Adam McDonald leads TMX in Australia and New Zealand

26 July 2021 2 min. read
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International supply chain and industrial property consultancy TMX has appointed Adam McDonald as its first Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand. 

The new regional boss – TMX also has offices in Singapore and Vietnam – has been with the consulting firm since 2015, playing a key role in the its growth. In his most recent role, as Executive Director of Project Services, McDonald led a team of over 50 construction project managers who specialise in the delivery of complex automated distribution centres across the Asia-Pacific region. 

Before that, he helped TMX establish its business operations in New South Wales and Queensland. “Adam has played a pivotal role in the rapid growth of TMX and I’m thrilled that he is taking his up this new. His track record of success with us, combined with his past leadership experience at Jacobs and Sinclair Knight Merz puts him in a strong position to lead our core regional business,” said Travis Erridge, Chief Executive Officer at TMX.

Adam McDonald, Managing Director for ANZ, TMX

“The creation of this new Managing Director of Australia and New Zealand role is designed to focus on fostering our strong presence in Australia and New Zealand and ensure we continue to provide world-class digital, supply chain and property solutions to our clients,” he added. 

Based out of the firm’s Sydney office, McDonald will lead TMX’s regional strategy, client management, and internal operations, tasked with further growing the firm’s position and standing in the market. 

Commenting on his new role, McDonald said, “It is a great honour to be appointed TMX’s Managing Director of Australia and New Zealand. I look forward to working alongside our clients and experts across digital, supply chain, property and project management in delivering world-class transformations.” 

Meanwhile, stepping into McDonald’s shoes is Andrew Walsh, who has been with TMX since 2017 as a Director of Project Services, where he led the commercial side of the construction project management division and major industrial property projects. Prior to TMX, Melbourne-based Walsh worked in civil engineering across Australia and the UK.