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System Maintenance for our online services is currently scheduled for Tuesday 22 October from 2300 hours to Wednesday 23 October 0400 hours… depending on vessel Ops this may now have a delayed start time and complete at 0600 hours.

Online services, VBS, Terminal systems & Truck KIOSKs as well as ECY & City Depot systems will be unavailable during this short outage.  Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

Board of Directors

Meet the Board of Directors for Lyttelton Port Company.

Margaret Devlin
Margaret Devlin, Chair Margaret is a professional Director with extensive experience in governance and executive management. She operates primarily in the infrastructure and services sectors and is a Director on a range of companies, with a particular focus on audit and risk.

Margaret is currently chair of Watercare Services Ltd, Harrison Grierson Ltd, Titanium Park Ltd and Women in Infrastructure Network. She is a director of Met Services New Zealand, Waikato Regional Airport, Aurora Energy and IT Partners Group.

She is a ministerial appointment to the Councils of Waikato University and Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec). She also serves on the National Infrastructure Advisory Board.
Bill Dwyer
Bill Dwyer Bill is a commercial and corporate lawyer with a career expanding over 25 years.

Joining the LPC Board of Directors in June 2016, Bill also currently operates his own legal practice and holds directorships with Development Christchurch Limited (Chair), Regenerate Christchurch, Lyttelton Port Company and 10 Star Homes.

Before starting sole practise in 2015, Bill was Managing Partner at Lane Neave. Prior to this he held the position of General Counsel and Company Secretary at Solid Energy New Zealand Limited.

From 1997-2011 Bill was a partner at Lane Neave whilst also lecturing third year law students at the University of Canterbury and spent time in the UK at BZW legal division and Freshfields, London.

Bill has recently retired as a Director of Christchurch City Holdings Limited (CCHL) where he sat on a number of committees and established an intern programme for CCHL whereby aspirants to governance roles sit on the Board of each company in the group.
Jim Quinn
Jim Quinn Jim is an experienced CEO and executive manager in the logistics and IT industry. He is currently Chief of Strategy for Auckland Council

He was the inaugural CEO of KiwiRail who lead the reintegration of New Zealand’s rail assets and business and created the plan to turn the business around. Prior to that he negotiated and led the Express Couriers joint venture between New Zealand Post and DHL.

Jim has had General Management roles in New Zealand Post, Advantage Group (EFTPOS Industry), WEL Energy, QED Software and New Zealand Couriers.

Jim was Chair of MCom for nine years and is also Director at Payments New Zealand, Halls Group, and Go Bus. He is also chair of Intillecta Apps and Tubman Heating.
Brian Wood
Brian Wood Brian Wood has had a career in senior leadership roles in both the public and private sectors and latterly consulting. His consulting roles included a period with the International Monetary Fund.

He was previously Managing Director Asia Pacific of global civil engineering consultancy MWH Inc, and was responsible for overall leadership in New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, China, Taiwan, Vietnam and Brunei.

Since stepping down from his role with MWH, he has a number of directorships and undertakes consulting assignments for several clients.

Brian is an accredited Company Director and a Fellow of NZIM.

Dr Don Elder
Dr Don Elder Don joined the LPC Board of Directors in October 2016. He is also a Director of Alpine Energy, Infratec, CSI and Aoraki Partners. He was previously CEO of Solid Energy New Zealand Ltd for 13 years, and a Director of ASB Bank, Sovereign Life insurance, Orion, and Napier Port.

Don has extensive international management and engineering experience including, in Canada, Vice President of Jacques Whitford Engineering Group (later Stantec), and Director/Chair of the Halifax Port Commission, Canadian Consulting Engineers Association, and Halifax Chamber of Commerce, and internationally Director/Chair of the World Coal Association. Following his BE (Hons), Civil Engineering, at the University of Canterbury, Don did his doctorate in engineering as a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford.
Malcolm Johns
Malcolm Johns Malcolm has been the Chief Executive of Christchurch International Airport since January 2014. He has also served on the Board of the Tourism Industry Association, was Deputy Chair of Tourism New Zealand for seven years, has other governance experience and has experience as a business mentor for start-ups in the technology sector.

Christchurch Airport has a balance sheet of circa 1.2 billion, passenger numbers of circa 7m p.a., is landlord to more than 250 businesses and their 6,000 employees.
Fiona Mules
Fiona Mules Fiona commenced her career as an investment banker specialising in transactions and valuations. After over a decade in the private sector, Fiona was brought in by the New Zealand Treasury to help establish a Public-Private-Partnership programme in New Zealand.

Fiona was responsible for building and leading a centre of PPP expertise within the Treasury; developing the strategic and policy frameworks for implementing PPPs in New Zealand; and leading the structuring, negotiation and execution of the catalyst PPP transactions.

Since leaving the Treasury, Fiona has pursued a governance career, which includes Government board appointments, and continues to remain involved in large scale infrastructure financing and procurement in a consulting role.

LPC DIRECTORS’ UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY SCHOLARSHIP

The Company and LPC Directors provide the LPC Directors’ – University of Canterbury annual scholarship. This is $10,000 financial assistance for the first year of study at the University for a son or daughter of a current employee.  This scholarship was established in recognition of the commitment of LPC staff who maintained Port operations following the earthquakes in 2010 and 2011.

In November 2018, the LPC Board awarded the 2019 LPC Directors’ Scholarship to Tim Muller.

LPC corporate office

Waterfront House, 37-39 Gladstone Quay, Lyttelton, 8082

Postal address
Private Bag 501, Lyttelton 8841, New Zealand

Phone: (+64 3) 328 8198
Email: allreceptionists@lpc.co.nz

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