|MARK CAIRNS CHIEF EXECUTIVE|
Mark Cairns has been Chief Executive of Port of Tauranga Limited, New Zealand's largest and fastest growing port - since 2005. Prior to joining Port of Tauranga, he was Chief Executive of C3 Limited (formerly Toll Owens Limited) for five years and is a now a Director of C3. He is also Chairman of North Tugz Limited, Tapper Transport and MetroPack Limited and is also a Director of Northport Limited. He was appointed to the Board of Meridian Energy Limited in July 2012.
Mark has a First Class Honours Degree in Civil Engineering, a degree in Business Studies and a Master of Management. He is a Member of the Institute of Logistics and Transport, a member of the Institute of Directors and a member of LEADR (accredited mediator).
|STEVE GRAY CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER|
As Chief Financial Officer, a position that also incorporates the role of Company Secretary, Steve is responsible for the financial management of the Port. He continually monitors the financial performance of the business and part of his role includes providing forecasts and advice on the financial implications of specific programmes or projects planned for the future.
Steve is also responsible for briefing analysts, stockbrokers and the New Zealand Exchange and oversees the development of information systems within the Company. As Company Secretary, he works closely with the Board of Directors and also takes care of the Port's legal matters.
Steve has been with the Company since 1987 and was appointed Chief Financial Officer in July 2007.
|SARA LUNAM CORPORATE SERVICES MANAGER|
Sara is a key member of the Port's Senior Management Team, involved across the business from human resources to providing assistance on operational and commercial matters.
GRAEME MARSHALL COMMERCIAL MANAGER
Commercial Manager Graeme Marshall oversees port operations, marketing and new business opportunities and is closely involved in working with the Port's customers. He manages a wide range of Port services including marine pilots, tugs, the planning of berths for shipping arrivals, wharf space, security and labour resources within the Port.
He also plays a key role in the relationships between the Port of Tauranga, shipping lines and importers and exporters. Part of this role includes promoting the development of the Port to meet customer needs.
Graeme has extensive experience within this industry and spent 20 years with the Port of Napier where he held the position of General Manager before moving to Tauranga in 1997.
|DAN KNEEBONE PROPERTY & INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGER|
Dan Kneebone has overall responsibility for both the property portfolio and engineering interests of the Port. His role is to ensure that developments at the Port meet the needs of existing and potential customers. This involves the planning and construction of new projects and maintaining the assets of the Port.
Dan joined the Port of Tauranga Senior Management Team in January 2013 and will play an important role in the Port's strategic planning.