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Mr Liang was appointed as Chair of Fisher & Paykel Appliances in July 2019 and has served as a Director of the Board since April 2011. He is Executive Vice President of Haier Group and President of Haier White Goods Group since 2007.
Prior to these roles, Mr Liang was Vice President of Haier Group and Managing Director of Haier Refrigeration Division.
Between 2002 and 2005, Mr Liang was Vice President of Haier Group and Managing Director of Haier Home Integration Product Division. From 1999 he was the Acting Vice President of Haier Group and Managing Director of Haier Logistics Division.
Mr Liang joined Haier in 1988 and prior to his appointment to the position of Managing Director of Haier Air Conditioner Division in 1995, held a variety of positions in the manufacturing, engineering, QC and enterprise management departments.
Mr Liang received a Bachelor of Management Science & Engineering degree from Xi'an Jiaotong University and has a PhD in Business Administration.
Mr Witten-Hannah was appointed Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer in December 2019 and has been a Director of Fisher & Paykel Appliances since August 2018.
Mr Witten-Hannah joined Fisher & Paykel Appliances in 1995 and has extensive experience in various leadership and senior executive positions within the company, including Executive VP Product Development, Executive VP Marketing & Digital and, Chief Operating Officer.
During secondment to the United Kingdom, Mr Witten-Hannah oversaw the development and implementation of Fisher & Paykel’s UK and Ireland business strategy to provide an integrated consumer experience as the business expanded into the European market.
Mr Witten-Hannah holds a BE (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering from Auckland University.
Mr Ma Jian was appointed a Director of Fisher & Paykel Appliances in July 2018 and since 2014 has served as Vice President of Haier Home Appliances Group and General Manager of Haier Refrigeration.
Mr Ma commenced employment with the Haier Group in 1990. Between 1990 and 2014, Mr Ma held a number of senior positions and gained extensive industry experience in the Freezer, Refrigeration and Kitchen Appliance areas of Haier international business operations.
Mr Ma holds a PhD in Management from Ocean University of China.
Mr Shu Hai was appointed a Director of Fisher & Paykel Appliances in July 2018 and has served as Vice President of the Haier Home Appliances Group since 2013.
Initially commencing his professional career in July 1988, Mr Shu was employed in key management roles in the Chinese business sector where he gained considerable industry knowledge prior to joining the Haier Group in 1995.
Within the Haier Group, Mr Shu increased his operational experience and performed a variety of significant leadership positions in PD, Quality, Systems Management and Global Marketing. In 2009 Mr Shu was appointed General Manager of Haier Washing Machine Appliances and from 2012-2018 he has served as General Manager of Haier Washing Machine and Dishwasher Appliances.
Mr Shu is a graduate of International Trade from Ocean University of China and he holds an EMBA Master’s degree from Peking University.
Mark was appointed Company Secretary in 2001.
He commenced employment with Fisher & Paykel Appliances in 1977 and since that time has acquired an extensive knowledge of all aspects of the company's financial operations from a range of roles, including Chief Financial Officer from 2004 to 2011.
His current position is Senior Corporate Financial Advisor and Company Secretary. He is a member of the Chartered Accountants of New Zealand (CA).
Kane was appointed Executive Vice President Product Development in December 2017. He leads the Fisher & Paykel Appliances Global Product Development teams based in New Zealand and China.
Throughout his career at Fisher & Paykel Appliances, Kane has held a variety of Product Development Senior Leadership roles. As Chief Engineer Laundry and Refrigeration and General Manager Product Development Kane has worked closely with the Haier Group to develop and maximise new technology and synergies between our two companies.
Before joining Fisher & Paykel Appliances, Kane also worked in a number of senior product development roles in New Zealand.
Kane holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree (First Class Hons.) from the University of Canterbury and a Postgraduate Diploma in Business from the University of Auckland.
Anthony was appointed CEO of Fisher & Paykel Technologies in December 2018.
Before joining Fisher & Paykel Technologies, Anthony was CEO of Fronde Systems Group, where he successfully developed talented teams to build innovative intellectual property and create real business outcomes for customers across APAC.
Anthony was previously employed by Fisher & Paykel Appliances for 24 years from November 1991-December 2015. During this period, he held a number of Leadership and Senior Executive positions within the company in IT, Manufacturing, Operations, Quality, Product Development, Supply Chain, and Sales.
Anthony holds a Bachelor of Engineering (1st Class Hons) from Auckland University.
Duncan joined Fisher & Paykel Appliances in October 2019 as Executive Vice President People & Capability.
Prior to joining Fisher & Paykel Appliance Duncan has worked for a number of multinational companies including Fletcher Building and Deloitte. He has extensive international experience in senior leadership roles across New Zealand, Australia, Europe, Asia and North America. In these roles Duncan has partnered with leaders to drive cultural transformation and business performance through the leadership of commercially driven people strategies and initiatives.
Duncan holds a Bachelor of Management Studies from the University of Waikato.
Andrew was appointed to his current role in 2013.
He joined Fisher & Paykel Appliances in 1987 as a Control Systems Engineer in the East Tamaki Refrigeration Division.
Previous positions within the company include manufacturing support roles in Australia and New Zealand, followed by a move to Information Technology in 1997 and appointment to the position of Vice President Information Technology in 2002. In 2009 he assumed responsibility for our global supply chain with his appointment as Vice President Supply Chain Management.
Andrew has a Bachelor of Engineering (First Class Honours) from the University of Auckland.
With a career spanning more than 35 years in design and product development at Fisher & Paykel Appliances, Mark leads a design team that takes our human-centred design and premium end-to-end brand experience to a global audience.
Mark is responsible for all aspects of design across the organisation, including spatial, industrial design, and global brand, ensuring our unique design philosophy is reflected globally across every brand touchpoint.
Awarded the John Britten Black Pin by the Design Institute of New Zealand for significant achievement in the field of New Zealand design, both nationally and internationally, Mark’s contribution to Fisher & Paykel’s visual brand language and design aesthetic is considerable.
Mark is a graduate of the Massey University College of Creative Arts, and was inducted into the Massey University College of Creative Arts Hall of Fame, for contribution to New Zealand’s economy and identity through design.
Thomas joined Fisher & Paykel Appliances in February 2016 as Global Supply Planning Manager. In August 2018 Thomas was appointed Executive Vice President Supply Chain & Procurement.
Thomas has nearly 20 years' experience in Supply Chain Management that includes global distribution, sourcing and planning. Prior to joining Fisher & Paykel Appliances, Thomas held various senior leadership positions in Europe and China with global medical device companies. His responsibilities have included the implementation of global planning systems and processes, the establishment and organisational redesign of global supply chain functions and the optimization of distribution and manufacturing networks.
Thomas holds a Graduate Diploma in Supply Chain Management from Copenhagen Business School.