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New Zealand TMX Growth
New Zealand TMX Growth
8 Dec 2021| News |
300 words
By: Caleb Nicolson

TMX New Zealand has grown at a rapid pace since we opened the office in September 2020.  Starting off with a team of one, we have now expanded to fifteen people. The strong demand for services and team growth has enabled us to establish dedicated property, supply chain and project management divisions in New Zealand, bringing on board some incredible local talent and cementing TMX as a rising star in the Asia Pacific supply chain and business transformation sector.  

New Zealand General Manager, Caleb Nicolson, says it’s been an exciting time for the New Zealand team. “The last 12 months have been a huge success for us not just in terms of team growth but also growth in our client base. All of the team have put in a huge effort, working from home throughout lockdown and I’m incredibly proud of the work everyone has put in to make this year a resounding success for TMX New Zealand”.   

Caleb and the team have partnered with a number of high-profile clients in New Zealand over the last 12 months, working on solving some of the most challenging issues in supply chain transformation and property and project management. Our rapid growth in New Zealand  means we need a  larger office space and early next year the team will move into a space in Auckland’s Grey Lynn.  While many of the Auckland team have been working from home for the last four months, Caleb says  they are looking forward to being back in the office together in 2022. 

Our Kiwi team  is expecting an even busier 2022 as more businesses seek to future proof their operations and protect against supply chain disruption.  


Caleb Nicolson
Caleb has over 20 years of experience in supply chain and retail. He was part of the Executive Team at the largest outdoor apparel and equipment retailer in Australasia for 12 years.
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