Leadership

The senior leadership team at Omega Industries has the breadth of expertise and depth of experience necessary to drive our strategy and continue to deliver profitable performances from our core business operations.

Senior Leadership Team

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Ash Shetty

Director

Ash Shetty

Director

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Managing Director and founder of Omega Industries. Ash chairs the Group Executive Committee and is responsible for leading the strategic direction and operational management of the Group’s business activities.

Omega Industries in 2002, after consolidating the various family owned business operations under one single-source enterprise. The firm acquired the manufacturing arm of Apco Coatings in 2007 and with the acquisition of Omega Painting, in 2011, created today’s extended paint manufacturing and contracting group.

Ash has a passion for developing and promoting innovation and project delivery talent to meet national protective coatings challenges, and has a keen focus on safety performance. A student of the Macquarie Graduate School of Management MBA Program, Ash is also a graduate of Macquarie University.

Sanjeev Roy

Senior Project Manager

Sanjeev Roy

Senior Project Manager

Bradley joined Omega Industries in 2011 as a Business Development Manager. He was appointed Senior Project Manager with effect from April 2012. Bradley is responsible for leading the operational and performance management of the Group within the limits agreed by the Board, including the development and delivery of the Group’s strategy, budget, business plan and corporate policies.

Bradley holds over 30 years of experience in the coatings industry. His past experience in senior roles at Spotless (formerly Riley Shelley), PPG Australia and Dulux Australia brings Omega Industries, a wealth of expertise in product specifications, application procedures and policy development.

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Dr. Mahsa Saidan

Technical Director

Dr. Mahsa Saidan

Technical Director

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Dr. Mahsa Saidan has over 10 years combined experience in the Coatings, Adhesives and Manufacturing industries of Australia in the areas of Research & Development, Root Cause Finding and coaching new graduates. She has occupied both corporate and production site level roles for paint manufacturing organisations; enabling her to understand the critical integration of strategic initiatives into practical manufacturing actions.

Dr. Saidan occupies a dual role as Technical Director; responsible for implementing technical direction and controlling quality functions within the company and lead in the areas of new product development, supplier management and process development.

Dr. Saidan completed her PhD in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Sydney.

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Ken Littlefair

Chief Technical Advisor

Ken Littlefair

Chief Technical Advisor

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Ken has been an Omega Industries strategic and technical consultant since 2014. He has been involved in the road and bridge construction and maintenance industry since 1981 and has been instrumental in the development of a number of new to Australia processes.

Ken’s experience and intimate knowledge of the requirements of the
road safety industry has seen him involved in the introduction of a number of specialty road safety products. This has included the introduction of profiled line marking, coloured surfacing (for example bus lanes) and cold applied anti-skid surfacing.

For many years Ken worked in the civil engineering construction and maintenance industry as part of the Freyssinet organisation. In particular he has been involved with the strengthening and upgrading of bridges in the ACT for higher loads. Ken has been involved with rectification and construction works to many bridges including Kings Ave, Commonwealth Ave, Lake Ginninderra Bridges, Cahill Expressway, Monash Motorway bridges and Brisbane Inner City Bypass bridges. In addition he has been involved with pavement rehabilitation on projects such as the M2, M4 and M5 Motorways in Sydney and the Pacific Highway at Ulmarra

Ken has also been involved in the preparation of maintenance costs for large projects such as the Gateway Motorway and Airport Link in Queensland as well as a detailed report on the expansion joints on the existing West Gate Freeway in Melbourne. He has also been involved with the rectification of various flood damaged bridges in Queensland seeking innovative and cost effective ways of restoring the structures to full use.