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CTI chairman stands down

Peter Hindle MBE has announced that he is standing down as charman of the Confederation of Timber Industries (CTI)as of September 20th, now that his one-year tenure has ended.
A new Chairman will be announced ahead of the Parliamentary Conference in November.

Hindle said: “I am pleased to have been part of the formation and development of the CTI over the past 12 months. It has allowed all the major trade associations in the timber supply chain to work far more closely together under a single umbrella and provide a single voice.

“Given the major political changes of recent months, and the implications for all UK industry, that single voice will be critical to the continued growth of the timber supply chain. A new strategy and focus is now being put into place for the CTI and I look forward to this being launched at the Parliamentary conference in Autumn. I wish the new Board and new Chair every success for the future.”

Hindle remains chairman of the BMF and founder-director of a consultancy specialising in the construction industry. Keith Fryer, member of the CTI Board of Directors, said: “We’d like to thank Peter for all his hard work in helping establish the CTI, particularly in bringing a wide range of stakeholders together. It is a shame his other commitments mean he cannot continue in this role. On behalf of CTI, I would like to wish him every continued success with his future ventures.”

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Fiona Russell-Horne
Editor-in-Chief across the BMJ portfolio.

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