Chris Dhu from Essential Energy joins AfMA’s board following the vacancy created by the retirement of long-standing board member Tim Roberts.
Chris is an accomplished asset management professional with 20 plus years of experience in a variety of trade, technical, business and leadership roles. With a career spanning multiple sectors, Chris has been involved in the management of a range of fixed and mobile assets, including on and off road fleets.
Hailing from a mechanical trade background, Chris also holds an MBA, a Post Graduate Diploma of Asset and Maintenance Management, is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is a Certified Senior Practitioner with the Asset Management Council.
Chris currently works in the energy sector and is deeply passionate about the electrification of fleet, the adoption of future technology and readying the nations infrastructure to support such a transformation.
Mace Hartley, AfMA’s Executive Director said, Chris is a fantastic addition to AfMA’s board, he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience with diverse and complex fleet assets, is a progressive thinker and represents the best of the industries next generation of fleet professionals.