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Tasman Tanks Appoints New Dairy Effluent Sectoc Manager

Tasman Tanks Appoints Craig Hemmings as Dairy Effluent Sector Manager

Leading New Zealand and Australian storage tank company Tasman Tanks, has appointed Craig Hemmings as dairy effluent sector manager.

Mr Hemmings brings to his position more than a decade of management experience with nationally and internationally recognised agricultural companies.

As dairy effluent sector manager for Tasman Tanks, Mr Hemmings will oversee the operational management of the company’s dairy effluent division in New Zealand.

“From small beginnings in 1996, Tasman Tanks has built its reputation on designing, manufacturing and installing fully engineered and certified tanks,” said Mr Hemmings.

“As tougher regulations around effluent storage take hold throughout New Zealand, our team is looking forward to assisting dairy farmers to choose the best solution for their operations.”

In addition to various management roles in the manufacturing and agricultural sectors, Mr Hemmings has also been involved in start-up companies linked to on-farm waste treatment and waste to energy.

Tasman Tanks has constructed tanks for many industries, and has devoted a large part of its operations to growing its dairy effluent storage tank department.

After building its first on-farm dairy effluent tank in March 2012, the company is now at the forefront of install builds and product innovation.

“I look forward to managing a company committed to innovation and proven design that provides a long-term solution to all dairy farm effluent storage needs,” said Mr Hemmings.

Hemmings has a Bachelor of Agricultural Science from Massey University, specialising in all the major sciences.

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