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CCANZ re-appoints chairman for Board

CCANZ re-appoints chairman for Board


The Cement and Concrete Association of New Zealand (CCANZ) announced the re-appointment of Andrew Moss as chairman of the Board, at its Annual General Meeting held on Friday.

Andrew has been a CCANZ Board member for three years and chairman of the Board for one year. He is currently Marketing Manager of Golden Bay Cement (GBC) and has more than 13 years experience in the industry, working in a variety of business and marketing development, logistical and customer management roles since joining the company in 1991.


Notes to Editor

About the Cement and Concrete Association of New Zealand (CCANZ)

The Cement and Concrete Association (CCANZ) is New Zealand’s recognised centre of excellence for cement and concrete technology.

With over 6,000 members throughout New Zealand, CCANZ advocates for best practice in the use of cement and concrete in the New Zealand marketplace by offering quality training and advice to the industry and its members.

The cement and concrete industry has an annual turnover of approximately $550 million and annually produces 1.12 million tonnes of cement in New Zealand for new residential, non-residential and commercial construction.

Over the past few years, the industry has experienced strong, sustained growth consistent with growth in the construction sector of approximately 3% per annum.


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