Argon & Co, the global management consultancy that specialises in operations strategy and transformation, is delighted to announce that it has been joined by Caliba Group.

The combined entities will reinforce the market leading position of Argon & Co in Australia and New Zealand with a team of over 160 consultants and offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, and Brisbane.

Caliba is one of the leading Procurement consultancies in Australia with deep knowledge across a variety of industries including Healthcare, Heavy industry, Transport & logistics and Food & drink.

Paul Eastwood, Managing Partner of Argon & Co APAC states, “The addition of Caliba will bolster our existing Procurement offering as well as enhancing our industry scope within the ANZ region. Through shared clients and collaborative projects, we have witnessed first-hand the depth of knowledge and expertise embedded in the Caliba team within the Procurement space and believe this will add substantial value to our remit. I’m delighted to welcome a team that fit our culture and uphold our core values and believe that with a collective commitment to excellence, we are ready to take our capabilities to the next level.”

Joint founders of Caliba, Jim Cowan and Daniel Williams join as Partners of Argon & Co ANZ and comment, “We are excited to join Argon & Co and be part of a forward-thinking business that shares our passion for making a real difference for clients and our commitment to developing our staff. Our service offering to clients will continue to grow and our staff will be given the opportunity to be at the forefront of our business, delivering projects, whilst enjoying the benefits of a global organisation.”

Jean-François Laget, Group Managing Director of Argon & Co, says, ” This move represents another exciting step in Argon & Co’s expansion strategy, building on its existing global Procurement capability as well as developing its strong presence in ANZ. Procurement is a fundamental part of the sustainable performance of our clients’ operations.”

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