Emeco seeks successor to outgoing CEO

By Murray Pollok05 August 2013

Keith Gordon, managing director and chief executive officer of Emeco, has decided to leave the company later this year.

Emeco said that Mr Gordon, who joined the company in December 2009, wanted to take a short break from corporate life and would then consider his next career move.

The Australian-based heavy mining equipment rental company said it will start to look for a new CEO, with Mr Gordon remaining in his current position until a successor is on board.

Alec Brennan, Emeco’s chairman, said; “Keith has overseen a period of significant transformation at Emeco. We thank him for his efforts and wish him well in his future endeavours".

Emeco rents heavy earthmoving machinery to mines and quarries in Australia, Indonesia, Canada and Chile.

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