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CentrePort Wellington appoints new senior manager

13 September 2004

CentrePort Wellington appoints new senior manager

The CEO of CentrePort Wellington Liz Ward is delighted to announce the appointment of Ray Di Leva to the role of Line of Business Manager, Industrial and Commercial Property Services.

Di Leva, who was previously the Managing Director of the Wellington Office of CB Richard Ellis Limited, will start his new role today.

CentrePort Wellington has adopted a strategy of growing port facilities, services and property interests through an integrated logistics approach, of which Di Leva's appointment is a vital component. He will be tasked with growing both commercial and industrial property interests, including CentrePort Wellington's Seaview and Miramar land.

CEO Liz Ward says Ray Di Leva has an excellent skill set.

"On behalf of the team at CentrePort Wellington I welcome Ray to the company. He is an excellent addition to our team and has a proven work history in property development at both a commercial and industrial level. I look forward to working with him and seeing the property interests of CentrePort Wellington's business grow."

Ray Di Leva has 25 years experience in commercial property. His career highlights include appointments as Southern Regional Property Manager - Mainzeal Property & Construction Limited, Portfolio Manager - Terra Firma Group Limited and Director of Property for Waltus Investments Limited & URBUS Properties Limited.

He is a Senior Member of the New Zealand Property Institute (SNZPI), a Registered Property Manager and a licensed real estate salesperson.
CentrePort Wellington is committed to adapting itself to be more responsive to clients and to exploring new ways of achieving growth and increased profitability.

ENDS

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