July 27, 2016
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Fonterra Co-operative is thrilled that its partnership with the Southland District Council to improve management of the roading network has been nationally recognized.
At this week’s 2016 LGNZ (Local Government New Zealand) Excellence Awards in Dunedin, Southland District Council won the Chorus Excellence Award for Best Practice in Infrastructure Management, for their programme “Changing Direction, The Way Forward for Southland’s Roads”.
The partnership uses smartphone technology onboard Fonterra’s milk tankers to send road quality information to Southland District Council to gain deeper insights into the state of the district’s roads and the pressures placed on them.
Fonterra is pleased to appoint Kate Daly as its Managing Director People & Culture, effective from 1 September 2021.
August 19, 2021
As Minister for Energy and Resources Hon Dr Megan Woods officially opened Fonterra’s wood pellet boiler at its Te Awamutu plant, the Co-operative announced details for its next site to exit coal - Stirling cheese plant in Otago.
July 27, 2021