Brinklow opts for beef

SANDALFORD Wines’ chief operating officer Grant Brinklow has accepted a position to oversee the Holmes a Court family’s Heytesbury Beef operations.

Mr Brinklow will officially take up the managing director’s role at the end of April and said it would provide him with new challenges, and a new home State.

“They will retain the corporate head office here [in WA] but they have eight cattle stations in the Northern Territory and they decided it was appropriate to have senior personnel located up there,” he said.

Mr Brinklow started working at Sandalford in 1999 and said that while he enjoyed working for the company and the Prendiville family it was time for a change.

Sandalford Wines has started an extensive recruitment campaign that includes a national head hunt and an announcement regarding Mr Brinklow’s replacement is expected to be made in four to five-week’s time. 

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