Peter joined LPC as Chief Executive in 2003 and started his journey with a strong focus on customer service and staff relations, and upgrading infrastructure and container facilities. He guided the Company through the trials of the seismic era and has led the development of the Port Lyttelton Plan, the Company's long-term vision for the rebuild and enhancement of the Port.
Prior to LPC, Peter was involved in various port operations in Australia (including the first privatised port) as Chief Executive for seven years. Through these roles Peter gained valuable insights into trends in international trade and port practices and developments.
Peter is a Past President of the Canterbury Employers Chamber of Commerce. He has a Master of Commerce (Hons) in International Marketing and Business Policy from Canterbury University.