Pāmu CEO jumping to Delegat

Staff reporters
Tue, 31 Aug 2021

Carden takes up new role after nearly eight years at Pāmu. (Image: Supplied)
Carden takes up new role after nearly eight years at Pāmu. (Image: Supplied)
Staff reporters
Tue, 31 Aug 2021
State-owned Landcorp Farming – which trades as Pāmu – said its chief executive Steven Carden is leaving the company to take up a role as managing director of Delegat Group.Carden has “really driven a forward-looking strategy focused on maximising returns”, chair Warren Parker said.He has achieved this by “leveraging our portfolio of assets, investing in innovation, diversifying where this makes sense from a land use and consumer perspective, while keeping the core pastoral farming business operating efficiently&rdq...

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