Lipinski promoted to Aramex CEO Oceania role

In recognition of the expansion of Aramex in Australia, CEO Peter Lipinski has been promoted to the role of Aramex Oceania CEO.

The transport and logistics, publicly-listed Aramex confirmed the appointment of Lipinski who had overseen a complete rebrand across the Australian network of 27 regional franchisees and more than 800 franchise partners.

In addition to this Lipinski had successfully led the business through record growth across the network and met ongoing opportunities and challenges, including those associated with the pandemic and subsequent exponential growth of e-commerce delivery.

Aramex has maintained an international for almost 40 years. Based in Jordan, Aramex operates in over 60 countries worldwide.

In 2016 it purchased the Fastway Couriers delivery network.

“The delivery sector has been experiencing significant growth for many years. Transport and logistics has never been more critical. I’m proud to be stepping into the Aramex Oceania CEO role and look forward to driving more expansion and delivery innovation across the region to support our customers, our people and our network,” said Lipinski in a statement.

Aramex Group CEO Othman Aljeda said the Lipinski’s appointment to a regional role will further reinforce Aramex’s commitment to delivering excellence and meeting global delivery demand now and in the future.

“We are so pleased to announce the appointment of Peter Lipinski to the role of Aramex Oceania CEO. With Peter’s strategic guidance and leadership in recent years, Aramex Australia has expanded and successfully navigated the challenges and growing delivery demand generated by COVID-19,” said Aljeda.

“In his new role as Aramex Oceania CEO, Peter will be instrumental in ensuring the network continues to grow and innovate to meet global demand in delivery.”

A highly experienced executive in the logistics, supply chain, manufacturing and supply chain industries, Lipinski has been dedicated member of the Aramex management team since 2010.

He has an MBA from AGSM at UNSW Business School and is accredited with the Australian Institute of Company Directors.