Brant Randles re-appointed to Vancouver Fraser Port Authority board of directors

April 3, 2024

The province of Alberta, in consultation with the provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba, has re-appointed Brant Randles to the board of directors of the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority for a term of three years commencing March 1, 2024. Randles was first appointed to the board in March 1, 2021. 

Randles is currently the chair of the board’s human resources, compensation and safety committee, and a member of its audit and risk management committee. 

Randles was the president and director of Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) Canada ULC, a leading global merchant and processor of agricultural goods. Throughout his career with LDC, he served as managing director of Louis Dreyfus Africa in Johannesburg before returning to Canada in 1998 to run Louis Dreyfus’ Canadian operations.  

In his role as president of Louis Dreyfus Canada, he was responsible for all commercial activities within Canada and in collaboration with all international Louis Dreyfus and third-party offices. He was also an executive member of the Western Grain Elevator Association.  

Randles holds a bachelor of science degree in agricultural economics from the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg. 

The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority’s board of directors is composed of 11 members: eight federal appointees, seven of which are recommended by port users; one member appointed by the 16 municipalities; one British Columbia provincial appointee; one appointee for the Prairie provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.  

Learn more about governance and the port authority’s board of directors