Changes at the top for Adani Mining
Adani Mining chief executive officer Lucas Dow will step down from the role of CEO and take up the role of director of the Board of Adani Mining.
Current project director David Boshoff will take on the role of CEO, based in Townsville, from July 13.
The pair shared the news with the Carmichael coal and rail project team in Townsville as they officially celebrated the one year anniversary since project approvals were granted.
Mr Boshoff joined Adani Mining in November 2019 and in his role as project director has led the ramp up of construction activities.
Prior to joining Adani, Mr Boshoff spent the previous five years as general manager at BHP’s Mt Arthur Coal and Daunia mines.
Prior to this he was instrumental in commencing production ramp-up on schedule at BMA’s Caval Ridge mine.
Before joining BHP, Mr Boshoff led mining teams in coal, iron ore and platinum operations in South Africa and Central Queensland.
He holds an Executive Master’s in Business Administration from Melbourne Business School and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
IMAGE: Adani Mining chief executive Lucas Dow and project director David Boshoff at Adani's offices in Townsville.
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