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Rob Fyfe’s new aluminium can plant due to open in September

Former Air New Zealand and House of Travel executive Bruce Parton has taken on the Recorp CEO role.

Recorp chair Rob Fyfe and CEO Bruce Parton.

New aluminium beverage can manufacturer Recorp is set to open its South Auckland plant in September, five months behind schedule after changing the site.

The sustainable plant, the brainchild of former Air New Zealand CEO and angel investor Rob Fyfe, will be capable of spitting out 1850 cans a

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Fiona Rotherham Mon, 01 Jul 2024
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