Wednesday 1st November 2023
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TradeWindow (NZX: TWL ), the global trade software business today announces the resignation of Independent Non-Executive Director Diana Puketapu, effective today.
Ms Puketapu, who has signalled her wish to focus her efforts on other governance projects, will not be replaced. This decision reflects TradeWindow’s determination to take the opportunity presented by the resignation to further reduce operating costs with a reduction in the size of the board.
Chair Alasdair MacLeod said: “On behalf of the TradeWindow Board and shareholders, I want to thank Diana for her support and counsel over her two years with the company. We wish her
well for the future.”
Ms Puketapu said: “It has been a pleasure to work with the TradeWindow Board and support the company, which offers significant opportunities to streamline and accelerate export trade. I will continue to follow TradeWindow closely.”
Released for and on behalf of TradeWindow by:
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer
Founded in December 2018, TradeWindow is an NZX-listed software company that provides digital solutions for exporters, importers,
freight forwarders, and customs brokers to drive productivity, increase connectivity, and enhance visibility. TradeWindow’s software solutions integrate to form a cohesive digital trade platform that enables customers to more efficiently run their back-end operations, share information and securely collaborate with a global supply chain made up of customers, ports, terminals, shipping lines, banks, insurance companies, and government authorities.
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