Friday, January 28, 2022

Changing of the guard at Interflow

Leading pipeline infrastructure company, Interflow, has announced the appointment of Daniel Weaver as its new Managing Director.

Daniel will assume responsibilities on 1 January 2022, succeeding his father, Geoff Weaver, and says he’s proud to continue the tradition of this now fourth generation family-owned business.

The announcement was made to Interflow’s employees on the organisation’s 85 th Anniversary, which was celebrated on 11 November.

Coinciding with the launch of the company’s new strategic framework, ‘Our Interflow’, this leadership transition signifies the start of an exciting new chapter for the organisation.

A fourth generation-led, family-owned business, Daniel Weaver has been part of the Interflow team since 2003. During the early years, he worked in many areas of the company, moving between departments to gain a comprehensive understanding of how the business functioned.

Daniel Weaver.

In 2019, Daniel was appointed Chief Operating Officer, with responsibility for all regional operations and customer delivery, until the announcement was made last Thursday that he would soon take his father’s place at the helm.

Interflow’s current Managing Director, Geoff Weaver, will retain the role of Chairman of the Board, and will support and guide Daniel through this leadership transition.

Geoff has been with Interflow for 45 years, 30 of which as Managing Director. He shares what this next phase of the company’s journey will mean for its people, customers, and community.

“Each generation of leadership has contributed something unique to the business that has helped shape its success,” he said.

“Daniel’s legacy will be underpinned by the company’s new strategic framework, ‘Our Interflow’, which carries forward Interflow’s rich history of innovation whilst laying out new goals for growth and development.”

Daniel shares his ambition and excitement to guide Interflow into the next chapter of its growth.

“I’m honoured and grateful to assume the position of Managing Director and continue my great grandfather’s legacy,” he said.

“Under my leadership, and with the support of Geoff and the leadership team, Interflow’s people, and our network of valued customers and suppliers, we will deliver Interflow’s vision to be the leading provider of pipeline infrastructure solutions in Australia and New Zealand.”

“We will continue to improve the lives of the people we work with, the communities we
serve and the environment we work in, for generations to come.”

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