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Reg Weine joins APAL Board of Directors


Reg Weine has joined APAL’s Board of Directors as a Non-Executive Director, bringing an impressive CV to the already extensively experienced board that serves to oversee management of APAL.

Reg has 25 plus years’ experience in agri-food and fast-moving consumables, and will add considerable corporate and brand experience to the strong growing representation on the APAL board.

As Chairman of Longtable Group, he oversees the company that owns the Maggie Beer, Paris Creek Farm and St David Dairy brands.

Prior to joining Longtable, Reg was the Managing Director of SPC, well known in the Apple and Pear circles.

As the former CEO at Bulla Dairy Foods, Australia’s largest privately-owned dairy business won the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW – Presidents Medal as “Australia’s Food Producer of the Year.”

Reg is also on the Board of the Starlight Children’s Foundation and is Chair of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee. Reg has a Bachelor of Business Bus from Monash University, is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD) and is a Certified Practicing Marketer with the Australian Marketing Institute.

The APAL board is made up of six Directors representing each of Australian apple-growing states (Vic, SA, WA, Qld, Tas and NSW), plus a Director for pears, an independent Chair and a Non-Executive Director.

In other movements, Lindy Nieuwenhuizen recently joined APAL as Head of Communications, overseeing APAL’s media and communications operations. Lindy is already well known in the Goulburn Valley region, as a member of the board of Goulburn Valley Water, and having worked for Moira Shire Council for the last six years.

APAL board of directors Reg Weine

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