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Fuji Xerox New Zealand appoints new Managing Director

Fuji Xerox New Zealand appoints new Managing Director

Fuji Xerox New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of Gavin Pollard to the role of Managing Director for New Zealand.

The announcement follows the promotion of outgoing managing director Neil Whittaker to the role of MD for Fuji Xerox Australia.

Pollard has been with Fuji Xerox for 13 years. Previously he was General Manger of National Sales Operations for the past three years, and has been groomed for the role.

Neil Whittaker says after 11 years as MD of the New Zealand business the opportunity to lead the largest Fuji Xerox company in the region was too great a challenge to turn down.

“The great team spirit we have and the success we have collectively enjoyed is something the rest of the organisation really admires and want to see expanded into other operating companies around the region,” says Whittaker.

Whittaker says Pollard is the best choice for the role.

“Gavin has a wealth of experience and I’ve been working with him for over three years, preparing him to take over from me. The opportunity for both us to take on new roles is a great opportunity and I’m sure Gavin will look to stamp his mark on the role.”

Pollard says he’s greatly looking forward to the challenge of leading Fuji Xerox New Zealand, with one of his first actions being moving the company to Newmarket and opening a new warehouse at the airport.

From there he will embed several new services offered by Fuji Xerox such as the company’s Marketing Resource Management programme which provides a fully integrated print management, print production, digital, DAM and logistics service. Optimising document and data processes and a Document Management Solutions approach are all new innovations he intends to drive home to enhance customer experience.


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