Roger Arundale

ASSOCIATED British Ports (ABP) has appointed Roger Arundale as deputy port manager, East Anglia, and Graham Tetley as assistant port manager, East Anglia.

ASSOCIATED British Ports (ABP) has appointed Roger Arundale as deputy port manager, East Anglia, and Graham Tetley as assistant port manager, East Anglia.

Mr Arundale, 50, joined the company in 1974 and spent six years as assistant port manager and personnel manager at the port of Grimsby and Immingham. He worked at the port of Lowestoft between 1988 and 1990.

He has a degree in business studies and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport. He is a keen wildlife enthusiast and has been heavily involved with ABP's sustainable development projects.

While at Grimsby and Immingham, he led the port's efforts to gain the groundbreaking revision order needed for its Immingham Outer Harbour development, building strong relationships with Natural England, RSPB and the Environment Agency, as well as local councils and wildlife trusts.


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Mr Tetley, 46, joined ABP in 1978 and has considerable experience of the workings of a port, having been operations manager at Immingham since 2006. Before this, he spent 15 years in other operational supervisory and management roles.

As assistant port manager, he will report directly to ABP's port manager in East Anglia, Alastair MacFarlane, but will have special responsibility for the port of King's Lynn, where he will be based.

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He is currently studying for a Chartered Management Institute Diploma in Management. In his spare time he enjoys jogging, cycling and playing five-a-side football.

ABP port manager Alastair MacFarlane welcomed the two to their new posts and said he was looking forward to working with them.

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