Olea Australis chief steps down

OLEA Australis managing director Chris Perrott has resigned from the company, stating he had substantially achieved his goal of restructuring the olive oil producer and was seeking a fresh challenge. Mr Perrott will see out his notice period of one month and assist in the smooth transition of his position. He took charge of the loss-making group earlier this year amid the turmoil of a major restructuring and cost-cutting drive, which had resulted in the departure of founding managing director Gus Simpson. Olea had also sought a merger with Larenta Olives but was beaten to the punch by the Frankland River Olive Company.


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