SPC Ardmona operations director Denis Gerrard has resigned.DARREN LINTON July 3, 2014 3:39am
The company has confirmed the resignation and said Mr Gerrard was leaving to take up a position in Gippsland.
Mr Gerrard had been at the operational helm of SPC Ardmona during a tumultuous period, which included cuts to the fruit intake and the decision to amalgamate operations at the Shepparton site.
Mr Gerrard was also a key player in the redesign of the plant and the failed attempt to secure busy central Shepparton road Andrew Fairley Ave to consolidate the plant on a single site.
The company has still made no announcement about the future of a planned $100
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