About Agile Logistic Solutions

Our History

  • Hails from 1975
  • Established in 2008
  • Worked with leading global companies
  • Collaborative/organic structured business

Our Behaviour and Skills

  • Communication
  • Honesty
  • Courage
  • Empathy
  • Experience
  • Innovation
  • Judgment
  • Impact
  • Curiosity
  • Generosity

About Us

Established in Australia in December 2008, Agile Logistic Solutions (Solutions) has both gained and provided considerable experience in aid of clients across a wide range of industries.

Solutions was founded by Taz Wilks and Ken Lawrence in 2008. During their careers Taz and Ken saw a business opportunity to better assist the Australian Defence Force and Defence Industry in conducting their business, particularly where those businesses were having difficulty recruiting staff or where they needed specialist skills that were not part of their core business.

As the business became successful and Solutions attracted clients outside of the aerospace sector, the business began to market services to other industries.  Throughout this period Agile also developed it’s flagship product – AxiomCM – using it in engagements to more efficiently support clients.  Realising that AxiomCM had the potential to be commercialised Agile established two further companies to support the commercialisation process.  Agile software Group was established to manage all commercial assets and as the software development arm of the software group.  Agile Software Innovations was also established as the trading arm of the software group.

All Agile companies have been established with collaborative/ organic business structures and this structure has flourished throughout our history to date.

our founders

Founder/Partner (Retired)

Taz has nearly 40 years experience working in the aerospace and high technology domains including over 20 years with the Royal Australian Air Force and nearly 20 years consulting experience before helping to form Agile Logistic Solutions in 2008.  Taz has developed expertise in the areas of Project Management in Civil and Defence Aviation and Education sectors and has extensive maintenance management experience as a former avionics technician through to the level of the senior maintenance manager for the F-111 Avionics maintenance facility.  He has nearly 10 years of information technology experience as a senior project manager for Unisys in the Defence, Education, Finance and Civil Aviation sectors.  More recently Taz has managed the engineering teams for the Caribou and MRH90 aircraft and has  a deep understanding of Defence and aviation processes and systems.

Founder/Managing Partner

Ken has over 35 years experience working in the aerospace and high technology domains, including 20 years of service with the Royal Australian Air Force and 10 years of consulting before helping to form Agile Logistic Solutions in 2008. Over this period, he has developed practical expertise in the areas of Project Management, Tender Development and Review, System Development/Deployment and Operations, Systems Engineering, Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Maintenance and Management Systems, Hardware Configuration Management, Training Development and Delivery, and Information Technology. The last fifteen years has seen the use of his broad experience base to specialise in the project management, logistics engineering, and Supply Chain domains, predominantly in the areas of Engineering, Strategic Asset Management, Asset Optimisation and Whole of Life Cost forecasting and analysis.

the rest of our management team

Bruce Tindall

Bruce has over 30 years of experience in the aviation industry, with Defence and civil aviation. He has significant experience in the delivery of minor projects, logistics analysis, logistic engineering, maintenance management and maintenance analysis services to both the commercial and government sectors. Bruce spent 3 years as a Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME) for Eastland Airlines where he was the Engineering Manager for Toowoomba, Roma and Darwin Operations. He was instrumented as an approved Maintenance Controller by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) for Eastland Airlines under an approved System of maintenance to maintain technical airworthiness for the Airlines fleet of aircraft. He also set up an Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO) for both Eastland Airlines Engineering and Range Avionics Pty Ltd and developed a CASA Approved CAR 30 Procedures Manual.