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Meeting With Staff Is Norgate’s First Priority


Media Statement

Wednesday 4 July 2001 For Immediate Release


Meeting With Staff Is Norgate’s First Priority

Meeting with staff is Global Dairy Company CEO Craig Norgate’s first priority. He has met with New Zealand Dairy Board staff in Wellington this morning and will meet with New Zealand Dairy Group staff in Hamilton this afternoon.

“While the buck will stop with me, the success of the industry depends on the efforts of all staff and they are my overriding priority,” Mr Norgate said. "The task of putting the three businesses together is upon us and I will be making every endeavour to ensure that goes smoothly."

Mr Norgate’s appointment was announced by Global Dairy Company Chairman John Roadley today.

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