Our Directors

Sean Carlson

BEng Hons (Mech), MIEAust, CPEng, RPEQ
Managing Director & Engineering Manager
Frankston office

Sean has over 18 years of engineering experience in the Logistics sector. He previously worked in the Compressed Gas and specialist engineering services for the resources, steel, petrochemical and power generation industries.

Clients that Sean has worked with include:
- DHL Global Forwarding
- Coates Hire
- Fonterra
- Toll
- Woolworths

Sean has a strong track record in the design and implementation of safety solutions that provide compliance and higher productivity in the Logistics sector.

Trevor Wilkinson

BEng Hons (Mech), MIEAust, CPEng, RPEQ
Principal Engineer
Wollongong office

Trevor has acquired decades of experience working for BHP and BlueScope Steel; playing his part in the transition of those organisations to a Zero Harm culture. This provides Trevor with a unique perspective on how to help other organisations improve their safety.

The last 10 years have seen Trevor focus on improving safety and efficiency in the logistics area, and subsequently becoming a founding director in Engistics.

Trevor's passion for logistics safety and engineering has taken him throughout all states in Australia, and overseas to New Zealand, Thailand and Germany.

Mike Robertson

BEng Hons (Civil), MIEAust, CPEng, RPEQ
Non Executive Director

Mike has over 20 years of professional experience with Cardno, BHP Billiton and BlueScope Steel before becoming the founding Managing Director of Engistics. In 2006, Mike was the Australian Steel Industry's "Safety Individual of the Year" for his work in transport safety of steel.

Over the last 30 years as an expert in transport safety, he has worked in Australia, NZ, UK, Germany, PNG and South East Asia.

Mike is passionate about safety and regularly contributes to conferences and symposiums.

Gavin Whitten

BEng Hons (Mech), MIEAust,
Principal Engineer
Wollongong office

Having spent 19 years working in the logistics sector, Gavin has an extensive knowledge of the engineering requirements within the industry. He has worked on projects in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and PNG.

Before working within the logistics sector, Gavin gained a broader perspective on industry through several years within the steel industry, working in plant maintenance and construction projects.