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NEW BOARD MEMBER FOR NUMERICAL CONTROL GROUP

20-04-2017
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Australian Numerical Controls and Automation is pleased to announce the Board has confirmed the appointment of an independent, non-executive Chairman for the ANCA Group Board.

Pat Boland, Joint Co-Founder said: “After a rigorous interview process, with several high-quality applicants, the Board has appointed Graeme Billings to this role.”

“Graeme comes from an impressive business background as both a Senior Manager, Independent Director and Chairman for several of Australia’s best Companies,” he concluded.

After his appointment, Graeme said: “The ANCA Group is a great success story. I look forward to working with the Board and Management in pursuit of the Company’s long term growth strategy.”

Formally a senior partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, as well as leading the Firm’s Global Industrial Products sector, Graeme has extensive experience in assurance, transaction and consulting services with multinational and Australian companies in the automotive, construction and general manufacturing industries, spanning a 34-year period.

Graeme also draws on his experience with acquisitions, mergers and other business investigation areas, including succession planning.

In addition, he was a regular media commentator on the industrial products sector.

Graeme lives in Melbourne with his wife and they have three children.  Graeme is a passionate sports fan and particularly enjoys AFL, cricket and golf.

Today, ANCA is a market leader in quality CNC grinding machines and CNC systems. The company has steadily evolved through policies of innovation and technology, and a determination to produce machines that satisfy our customers’ requirements and exceed their expectations.

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