ExportNZ BOP Executive Committee Update

ExportNZ BOP Executive Committee Update

ExportNZ BOP has confirmed a new Chair and Deputy Chair for the BOP Executive Committee.

Greg Jarvis

CEO of Bluelab has moved into the Chair position.

Bluelab designs, manufactures and markets a range of horticultural metering and control equipment for measuring and controlling parameters such as pH, conductivity and temperature.
Greg has been the CEO and a shareholder of Bluelab (and its predecessors) since 2000, in which time he has developed significant experience in all aspects of international business development.

Mike Lambert

Manager Customer & Business Development at the Port of Tauranga is the Deputy Chair.

The Port of Tauranga is New Zealand’s largest port with strong sea, road and rail connections and is involved in many other ventures outside of the core Tauranga site such as MetroPort Auckland and Christchurch, Northport, PrimePort Timaru, and Ruakura Inland Port.
Mike is a qualified professional with skills and experience developed across various operational, commercial and service roles in the transport and logistics sector both in NZ and the UK. Mike’s current role with Port of Tauranga has a prime focus on working directly with customers, building on existing relationships and developing new opportunities.

The ExportNZ BOP Executive Committee welcomes applications to join from members, subject to our terms of reference. If you’re interested in representing your company on the Committee which shares knowledge, trends and challenges to ensure ExportNZ’s offering is relevant for our members, as well as creating great connections with those in the Export industry, please get in touch.

View current members of the Committee here: https://www.exportnz.org.nz/home/bay-of-plenty

Finally, a big thank you to Natalie Berkett, Director-Tax at KMPG Tauranga, for her service over the last year as Chair.

13 Jan, 2022
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