Ports of Auckland chief executive Tony Gibson has resigned and will step down at the end of June, NZ Herald reports. Gibson said personal attacks on him have been damaging to the company and the great people he works with. Gibson has been under intense scrutiny in the past few months, after a damning report found systemic problems with health and safety under his watch and ongoing problems with an automation project at the port.
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