Todd Moyle
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Todd Moyle

KiwiRail

Chief operating officer and deputy chief executive

  • With KiwiRail since 2007 and has more than 15 years in the construction and operation of rail networks across NZ and the United Kingdom. Has announced resignation from December 2021.
  • Oversees all operations including rolling stock.
  • Previously group general manager of network services, leading KiwiRail's “below rail” network of track, bridges and tunnels as well as engineering.
  • Earlier worked with London Underground and before that in the pulp and paper sector in NZ.

Career

KiwiRail
Chief Operations Officer, Group General Manager - Network Services, Southern Development Manager
May 2014 - Present

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