CHB Consumer Power Trust Announce New Director
Friday 20 April - Trustees of the Central Hawke’s Bay (CHB) Consumer Power Trust have appointed Hawke’s Bay Regional Councillor, Fenton Wilson, as a Director for Centralines Limited.
Mr Wilson has been a Hawke’s Bay Regional Councillor since May 2009 and is a Director of OSPRI New Zealand Limited, which manages the National Animal Identification and Tracing (NAIT) and TBfree programmes.
He is also Chairman of the Wairoa Community Development Trust, a Trustee of Predator Free New Zealand and a Director of Hawke’s Bay Tourism, while farming a 235ha sheep and beef property in Wairoa.
Previously, Mr Wilson was Operations Manager at iFarm NZ Limited.
Trust Chairman, Alistair Setter said Mr Wilson will bring a solid professional capability, backed by proven experience to the role.
"We are thrilled to have someone of Mr Wilson’s calibre join the Centralines Board. He is a great advocate for Central Hawke’s Bay and we are excited about the valuable contribution he will make to Centralines," said Mr Setter.
Other Directors on the Centralines Board are Jon Nichols (Chairman), Wendie Harvey, Ian Walker and Derek Walker. Mr Wilson will be working with these Directors to professionally govern Centralines Limited, and deliver value back to the owners.
Centralines is 100 percent owned by the Central Hawke’s Bay Consumer Power Trust. Information on the company is publicly available from the Centralines Office and its website, www.centralines.co.nz.
For more information, contact:
Alistair Setter (Chairman)
Central Hawke’s Bay Consumer Power Trust
M: 021 384 674