By NZHJ December 05, 2018 Industry news

So far this month, we have mover & shakers at Damar Industries, GD Rutter and GDR Architectural.

Chris Bradley joins Damar Industries in January as its new CEO. Chris currently resides in Auckland, New Zealand and the family, with wife Vanessa and four children, are eager to make the move to Rotorua to commence his new role.

Chris is a Bachelor of Commerce and Administration (Finance and Accounting) from VUW, and has a Master of Business Administration from Cranfield School of Technology.

Most recently, Chris has worked in consultancy services specialising in business assessment and turnaround projects. He was also GM of Coregas prior to this.

Hamish Holder has joined GD Rutter as Business Development Manager.

Having been involved with construction for 20+ years he has acquired extensive knowledge in the field including a Certificate in drafting working in design, project management, sales and business development roles. 

His passion for design, environmental practices and ensuring his clients have the right solution to meet their customer’s needs give him a unique angle: “It’s all about making sure that our customers’ expectations are not just meet but always exceeded,” he says.

Hamish is excited to join the team at GD Rutter and is committed to engaging with key trade and group housing stakeholders.

Cameron Sutherland has joined GDR Architectural as National Key Account Manager.

Cameron has vast experience working in the commercial hardware industry in New Zealand, including seven years as Sales and Service Manager at RCR Infrastructure (Danks Roller Doors) and at ITM as a National Accounts Manager (2008-2011). 

Over his career, Cameron also has worked for Ingersoll Rand Architectural Hardware and started his working life with the Royal New Zealand Army as a fitter and welder.

Cameron will be responsible for sales and new business for GDR Architectural’s ISEO range of commercial hardware and Myone automatic door operators.

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