BlueScope poaches Tiwai Point smelter boss Gretta Stephens to head NZ, Pacific operations

Rebecca Howard
Sun, 08 Apr 2018

By Rebecca Howard April 9 (BusinessDesk) - ASX-listed BlueScope Steel has poached New Zealand Aluminium Smelters chief Gretta Stephens to head up its New Zealand and Pacific Island operations. Stephens will lead the Melbourne-based company's mining, manufacturing and downstream businesses in New Zealand and the Lysaght brand manufacturing and distribution businesses in the Pacific Islands, BlueScope said in a statement. She will begin in June and be based at subsidiary New Zealand Steel's Glenbrook steelworks, south of Auckland.  She's...

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