Krueger welcomes new CEO

Andrew Arapakis has been appointed as the new CEO of Krueger, officially joining the team in late February.

“Krueger is looking to further expand the business nationally and the time was right to appoint a CEO,” said company founder John Krueger. “Andrew has come on board to steer the business in that direction, to further improve our customer service and the relationships we have with our widespread customer base.”

Having worked in the automotive industry for several years, Mr Arapakis was keen to move across to the commercial road transport industry. “There is no better place in this industry than with an Australian transport equipment and service supplier that is regarded as a true leader in quality and reliability – the benchmark in innovation, design and safety,” said Mr Arapakis.

“My career achievements during my time in the auto industry will serve as a strong toolbox of skills to ensure success in my journey with Krueger.

“Currently, Krueger has four locations on the eastern seaboard, comprising of new trailer sales, manufacturing, spare part sales, service and repairs facilities as well as trailer rentals. Together, we will grow and expand our presence nationally to ensure long-term sustainability. We will continue to provide great quality products and services that customers have come to expect from Krueger.”

John Krueger concluded, “With Andrew taking the reigns as CEO, I will be intensifying my role in the engineering department to develop innovative products for the future, listening to our customers and fulfilling their needs and wants, while continuing to support Krueger’s vision for growth.”

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