Chris Liddell in the US

Brian Gaynor
Sun, 17 Jan 2021

Brian Gaynor
Sun, 17 Jan 2021
Christopher Pell Liddell moved to the United States in December 2002 to take up his position as vice-president finance at International Paper.He was previously chief financial officer and then chief executive of Carter Holt Harvey, which was 50.3 percent owned by IP, based in Stamford, Connecticut, about an hour from New York City by car or train.IP is a major manufacturer of pulp and paper products, packing material and timber. It also claims to be the largest private US landowner and was one of the 30 Dow Jones Industrial Average companies wh...

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