Chairman, Non-Executive Director
Mr. James has over 30 years’ experience in the engineering, ports and logistics industries.
He spent his early career at the Port of Melbourne Corporation, initially as an engineer, then working through various roles to become head of commercial operations.
Mr. James was an integral part of Patrick Corporation Limited’s executive team from 1994 –2006. His last position at Patrick was Executive Director – Ports, which included responsibility for Patrick’s container terminals and port logistics businesses.
Mr. James has held various roles at Qube-related companies since 2007. He became a Director of Qube in 2011 and, upon the Company’s corporatisation later the same year, was appointed Managing Director.
Mr. James is also a Director of the Australian Logistics Council and sits on the New South Wales and WA Freight Advisory Councils. In 2017, he was appointed to the Australian Government’s National Freight and Supply Chain Expert Panel, tasked with identifying the key priorities for the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy.
Mr. Davies has over 40 years’ experience in the Australian and international coal and metalliferous mining industries, and has worked in operational roles up to executive director.
From 2000 – 2006, Mr. Davies also worked for Patrick Corporation Limited as Director – Operations. This position included responsibility for Patrick’s interest in Pacific National, Patrick Shipping, Patrick General Stevedoring and Patrick Autocare.
Mr. Davies was a Director of Pacific National from 2001, when it was acquired by Toll and Patrick, until 2006. Mr. Davies was also a Director of Queensland Rail and the former QR National (predecessor to Aurizon) from 1 October 2008 – 2011.
Mr. Davies became a Director of Qube in 2011 and, with the resignation of Mr. Corrigan, was appointed as Chairman in 2017.
Mr. Digney has 30 years’ executive management experience in supply chain and port logistics roles across Australia.
During the 1990s, he established Liberty Cargo Systems and provided port logistics and international freight forwarding services. Patrick Corporation Limited acquired the company in 1999 and it became the platform for the Patrick Port Services Division. As General Manager, Mr. Digney rapidly expanded the new division through growth and acquisitions.
In 2007, together with other former Patrick executives, Mr. Digney led an investment consortium to acquire management control and ownership of the former P&O Trans Australia, now Qube Logistics.
His experience developing supply chain solutions for major projects, partners and clients led to Mr. Digney’s appointment to Chief Operating Officer in 2016.
Mr. Sellar is a Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer for Australia in Brookfield’s Infrastructure Group, responsible for asset management function in Australia.
Mr. Sellar joined Brookfield in 2010, following Brookfield’s acquisition of the Australian Listed company, Prime Infrastructure, where he served as the Chief Financial Officer since 2002. Previously, he held senior roles at InterGen Australia and at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Mr. Sellar holds a Bachelor of Business (Accountancy) from the Queensland University of Technology and has been a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia since 1996.
Mr. Neill is a Managing Director in Brookfield’s Infrastructure Group, responsible for leading business development and transaction execution in Australia and India.
Mr. Neill joined Brookfield in 2010, following Brookfield’s acquisition of the Australian-listed company, Prime Infrastructure, where he worked as an investment analyst. Mr. Neill serves as a Board member on several of Brookfield’s operating companies including Arc Infrastructure, Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal and Patrick Corporation. Previously, Mr. Neill worked in the transport group of the strategy consulting firm Booz and Co.
Mr. Neill holds a bachelor’s degree, with honours, in engineering from the University of Queensland and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance from the Securities Institute of Australia.
Mr. Kendrew is a Managing Partner and Chief Operating Officer for Asia Pacific in Brookfield’s Infrastructure Group, responsible for the infrastructure asset management function in the Asia Pacific region.
He served as Chief Executive Officer of Prime Infrastructure from 2007 prior to its merger with Brookfield. Previously, he was General Manager of Corporate Development at a New Zealand-based utility.
Mr. Kendrew holds a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Canterbury New Zealand and an MBA from Deakin University. He is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and Electrical Engineers, New Zealand.