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Board Changes

25 March 2013

MEDIA RELEASE

BOARD CHANGES

Lyttelton Port of Christchurch (LPC) wishes to advise that Mr Rodger Fisher is stepping down as Chairman of LPC, effective from 30 June 2013. Mr Fisher will remain as a Director through to the Annual Meeting in November 2013.

Mr Fisher believes that a new Chairman should be in place at the start of the new financial year. To that end, the Board will be moving through the process of electing a Chairman Elect as soon as possible.

Mr Fisher has been on the Board since 2003, and has steered the Company through a period of sustained growth and significant challenges. The Board wishes to acknowledge the major contribution that he has made during his time as Director and Chairman.

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