CentrePort Canada president and CEO Diane Gray has resigned.
The board of directors has accepted the resignation effective Oct. 21, and will be undertaking a search in the coming weeks to seek a new leader for Manitoba’s 20,000-acre inland port and foreign trade zone, according to a news release.
Since 2009, Gray oversaw the creation of a master plan and strategy for CentrePort Canada and has been instrumental in helping the vision become a reality.
“Gray has been the driving force behind CentrePort Canada’s success,” said Kevin Hooke, chairman, CentrePort Canada.
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