Port of Tauranga Limited today announced that Corporate Services Manager, Sara Lunam, will retire from the Company in March 2020.
Sara has been with the Company for almost ten years.
Port of Tauranga Chief Executive, Mark Cairns, says Sara helped drive the Company to its industry-leading position in safety performance. She has worked with regulators and legislators on new workplace safety and employment legislation and been a champion for regional business as a board member of Priority One and the Employers and Manufacturers’ Association.
“Sara’s experience in mergers and acquisitions was also invaluable as we integrated other companies into the Port of Tauranga Group over the last decade, including Tapper Transport, Priority Logistics, Coda Group and Timaru Container Terminal,” says Mark.
Sara will leave Port of Tauranga on 13 March and recruitment for a new Corporate Services Manager will begin immediately.