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Hirepool Appoints New Manager

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Hirepool Appoints New Manager

25 January 2008 – Leading New Zealand industrial services and distribution operator, Rakino Group, has promoted Kingi Pikaahu to the position of Branch Manager, Hirepool Energy based in Auckland.

Pikaahu, previously a Key Account Manager has been with Hirepool for 17 years, starting as a Branch Mechanic, then moving to the Scaffolding division. He was promoted to Branch Relationship Manager then Key Account Manager before this latest appointment to run the Hirepool Energy division.

In his role, Pikaahu will manage and transfer his knowledge onto his Hirepool Energy team. “This will be both challenging and exciting as the role is new and continuously evolving,” he says.

Managing Director, Tenby Powell says this appointment demonstrates Hirepool’s commitment to create and maintain sustainable partnerships with customers, suppliers and staff. “I’m confident Pikaahu will continue to play a key leadership role in the growth of our organisation,” he says.


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