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New president for CBAFF

New president for Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Federation of New Zealand

Trevor Duxfield has been elected as president at the Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Federation of New Zealand (CBAFF).

Mr Duxfield, who is customs & freight manager for Hemisphere Freight Services Limited in Auckland, takes over from Willie van Heusden who has been president for eight years.

Mr Duxfield has 30 years’ experience in customs and freight forwarding and has held management roles in international freight, logistics and customs in Auckland and Christchurch.

He has been a member of the CBAFF National Council since 1998 and previously served as vice president.

Mr Duxfield thanked Mr van Heusden for his great contribution to CBAFF, particularly during his eight years as president, and for his continued support.

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