Business Breakdown: Former Fonterra boss Craig Norgate dies

Tue, 07 Jul 2015

July 8 (BusinessDesk) - Former Fonterra chief executive Craig Norgate, who led the dairy company after the merger of Kiwi Cooperative Dairies, NZ Cooperative Dairy Co and the NZ Dairy Board in 2001, has died in the UK, aged 50. He was in London with his family, where he was looking for his next opportunity after overseeing the merger of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accounts with Chartered Accountants Australia. Norgate ran New Zealand's biggest dairy company for two years and then teamed up with the McConnon family to form Rural...

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