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ACP Media Restructures Operations

Friday 18 August 2006

ACP Media Restructures Operations

ACP Media announced today the restructure of operational and supply chain functions.

Michael Turner is ACP Media’s Production Director responsible for printing services, production services, paper procurement and prepress functions across all divisions of ACP Media. Carl Simonson, Operations Manager responsible for the prepress and typesetting function at Trader Group alongside Arthur Lenssen, Prepress Manager of ACP Magazines, now report directly into Michael.

Neil Aston continues in his newly elevated role as Group General Manager of Netlink Distribution Company (NZ) and Network Services Company (Aust). Neil’s New Zealand role includes logistics, retail and field sales, publisher services and circulation, subscriptions and contact centres.

Wayne Fletcher is ACP Media’s Chief Operating Officer responsible for the finance, information technology, human resources, payroll, legal services and administration functions in addition to governance requirements for ACP Media. All divisional finance functions as well as corporate finance now report directly into Wayne.

“These changes to the responsibilities of the ACP Media Executive Team strengthen our operational focus and streamline a number of functions to gain greater efficiencies across our business in New Zealand”, said ACP Media’s Chief Executive Officer, Heith Mackay-Cruise. These changes take immediate effect.


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