TMX welcomes Andrew Buxton and Roberto Brady

26 February 2024 Consultancy.com.au 2 min. read
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International supply chain consultancy firm TMX has appointed two industry heavyweights as strategic advisors to its team in New Zealand.

Andrew Buxton is the former CEO of Multichannel at The Warehouse Group (one of New Zealand’s biggest retailers) and former CEO of eStarOnline. He also held leadership roles at Miss Amara, Infolog New Zealand, Thomsons ITM, and others in Europe, Asia, and New Zealand.

Roberto Brady meanwhile has previously worked in a variety of roles with Toll, IBM, StraitNZ, and Platform8. Both have been appointed as a Strategic Advisor and are based in Auckland.

TMX welcomes Andrew Buxton and Roberto Brady

Commenting on the additions, Adam McDonald, Australia and New Zealand Managing Director of TMX, said: “Andrew’s expertise in supply chain end-to-end leadership, network strategy, international sourcing, digital fulfilment, and customer service means he is an experienced problem-solver and market leader. Clients will benefit from his significant experience and advisory, particularly in retail.”

On his new role, Buxton said TMX’s distinct value proposition drew him to the role. “TMX has a fantastic team with a diverse and wide-ranging field of expertise, plus an innovative operating model that pairs supply chain, industrial real estate, and project management all into one offering. “I’m excited to support and grow TMX in the New Zealand market.”

Formed in September 2020 by the merger between TM Insight and XAct Solutions (and rebranded as TMX in 2021), TMX is one of the region’s larger homegrown supply chain consultancies.

“I’ve always liked and respected TMX’s unique offering,” said Brady. “TMX sits at the juncture of supply chain and critical infrastructure, with end-to-end expertise in industrial real estate and construction project management, and I’m excited by the opportunity to drive meaningful impact across the New Zealand supply chain.”

Marcus Carmont, Chief Customer Officer at TMX, described Brady as a “key addition” to TMX’s New Zealand team.

“He is a critical cog in our customer-led strategy and brings a wealth of multi-dimensional industry knowledge that has been tested against some of the most complex supply chains, across a range of sectors, in TMX’s core and emerging markets. Our customers will benefit from his domain experience, as we emerge from the post-COVID period against the backdrop of a dynamic trading environment.”