Staynes retiring after 10 years on Scott's board

Chris Staynes
Chris Staynes
Scott Technology director Chris Staynes will be retiring by rotation from the board of the specialist Dunedin engineering company, after 10 years with Scott.

Scott's annual shareholders' meeting is in Dunedin at the end of the month and Mr Staynes has advised he will not be offering himself for re-election.

Mr Staynes, Dunedin's deputy mayor, was formerly plant manager at Fisher & Paykel Appliances' Mosgiel site for 10 years, and resigned in late 2006 rather than oversee the dismantling of the Mosgiel plant, before its closure.

In a market statement, Scott's board thanked Mr Staynes for his contribution during the past decade, which coincided with a period of great change and transformation for Scott.

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