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Centreport CEO Derek Nind to step down

Staff reporters
Thu, 25 Nov 2021

Derek Nind is checking out of Wellington after 10 years. (Image: supplied)
Derek Nind is checking out of Wellington after 10 years. (Image: supplied)
Staff reporters
Thu, 25 Nov 2021
CentrePort chief executive Derek Nind will step down at the end of March 2022, after six years in the port's top job.Nind, a former lecturer in marketing and business strategy at the University of Otago, was appointed as chief executive at the Wellington port in late 2015, after a three-year stint as its commercial general manager.That was just ahead of the Kaikoura earthquake in 2016, which substantially damaged much of the port's central infrastructure.Chair Lachie Johnstone said the board had "reluctantly accepted" his resi...

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