CCCANZ Board

Governance CCCANZ Board of Directors:


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Chair CCCANZ - Matthew Darby (Refrigeration Sector)

Matthew represents the refrigeration industry on the CCCANZ Board and is the Chair for the association. Formerly Chair of RACCA, Matthew oversaw its merger with HVAC to create the CCCANZ in 2011 and is committed to developing quality and professionalism within the industry. Trade qualified, Matthew is Managing Director and owner of EcoChill, a national commercial and industrial refrigeration company specialising in natural refrigerants, as well as an international speaker. Matthew is a strong advocate for the support of industry apprenticeship programs and the need for wider understanding and collaboration on the impacts of the phase down of HFC’s and the effect it will have on industry and end users.

Email Matthew | 021 300 225
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Cam Crawford (HVAC Mechanical Services)

Cam has over 30 years experience in the refrigeration and air conditioning industry, now the Managing Director of Chillex Group, founded in 1995. Cam served his apprenticeship with Carrier Air Conditioning and worked for several years in the Middle East and UK as a refrigeration engineer prior to setting up Chillex Group.

Cam is a strong advocate for HVAC and the refrigeration apprenticeship system, supporting this as a Competenz workplace assessor.

Email Cam | 027 476 3641

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Rob Morgan (Suppliers & Manufacturers)

Rob has been in the industry for over 20 years.  He is a former Chair of CCCA, and is currently the owner of Refrigeration Specialties Limited, a specialist refrigeration and air conditioning wholesaler, selling spare parts and capital equipment, both locally and throughout the Pacific.

Email Rob | 021 996 003

IanBorley

Ian Borley (Ventilation)

Ian Borley is the General Manager of Simx Limited, suppliers to the HVAC and electrical wholesale industries in New Zealand and Australia.  He has held General Management roles in New Zealand and Australia in both public and private industrial manufacturing companies for over 25 years.

Ian has a passion for promoting the benefits of energy efficient ventilation in commercial applications and in New Zealand homes.  He sees his involvement with CCCA as an opportunity to contribute to supporting and improving the industry.

Email Ian | 027 293 0792

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Tony King (Heat Pumps)

Tony King emigrated to New Zealand from London in 1970 after serving an apprenticeship with Frigidaire Division of General Motors in Hendon.Tony spent a couple of years with McAlpine Hussmann before joining Temperzone Limited where he has served in various capacities for 45 years.

Tony Chaired NZIHVE for 4-5 years, and was Chair of the committee that led to the amalgamation of IRHACE and NZIHVE in 1989.

Email Tony | 021 828 469

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Mark Meyer (IRHACE Interlocutory Rep)

Mark has been in the industry for over 25 years.  Mark has a trade certificate in Refrigeration Engineering, and has been in sales and engineering roles in the industry.  He is currently the National Service Manager for Fujitsu General NZ Ltd.

Email Mark | 021 248 9714

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Annemarie Begg (Co-opted)

Annemarie has been involved in the industry for many years as a business owner.  Annemarie owns Auckland based refrigeration and air conditioning company, White Refrigeration (1988) Limited.

Email Annemarie | 027 246 8954

GrantPrice

Grant Price (Special Advisor to the Board)

Grant Price is a Business owner and graduate of the University of Auckland Engineering School. Starting out in manufacturing, Grant held various General Management manufacturing positions, before becoming embedded in the construction industry. Through training and experience in professional theatre, forestry, AC equipment manufacture and unit mass production Grant brings a creative diversity to executive and governance roles. Grant has been the President of the HVAC Contractors Association and is Managing Director of Heatwave Mechanical and the Establishment Chair of the CCCA.

Email Grant | 027 498 09471

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