Chris Dhu from Essential Energy joins the Australasian Fleet Management Association (AfMA) board of directors, filling a vacancy created by the retirement of long-standing board member Tim Roberts.
Dhu has been involved in managing a range of fixed and mobile assets, including on- and off road fleets. With a mechanical trade background, Dhu holds an MBA and a Post Graduate Diploma of Asset and Maintenance Management; he is also a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a certified senior practitioner with the Asset Management Council.
Dhu’s interests include fleet electrification, adoption of future technology, and Australia’s infrastructure to support such a transformation.
“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,” said Mace Hartley, AfMA executive director.