Pete Chrisp
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Pete Chrisp

NZ Trade and Enterprise / Te Taurapa Tūhono

Chief executive

  • Appointed 2011.
  • Spent 23 years in engineering, manufacturing, and pulp and paper in NZ, Australia, South America, Asia, Middle East and Europe.
  • Early career included trade union educator role, then human resources, operations, logistics, supply chain, business improvement and general management.
  • Social sciences master's degree from Massey University, post-graduate business studies.

Career

Norske Skog Tasman
General Manager
Jan 2002 - Dec 2006
Norske Skog International
Senior Vice President Business Improvement
Jan 2006 - Dec 2009
Norske Skog Australasia
Regional President
Jan 2009 - Dec 2010
NZ Trade and Enterprise / Te Taurapa Tūhono
Chief Executive
Sep 2010 - Present

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