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CentrePort Ltd has appoints CEO

Media Release – 26 November 2008

CentrePort Ltd has appointed Mr Blair O’Keeffe to the position of Chief Executive Officer.

A graduate of Massey University, Blair O’Keeffe has recently returned to New Zealand after a successful 17 year career with a major multinational company. Blair has held senior sales/marketing and general management roles in Australasia and more recently Europe and North America.

The Chairman of CentrePort, Warren Larsen said “the Board is very pleased to be able to attract a person of Blair’s ability to CentrePort. We are delighted he has chosen to return to New Zealand and are confident he will be a very effective leader of our CentrePort team”.

Blair O’Keefe takes up his new role in early January 2009.

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