Fletcher Challenge

Fletcher Challenge is a now defunct multinational corporation from New Zealand, formed in 1981 by the merger of Fletcher Holdings, Challenge Corporation and Tasman Pulp and Paper. It was formerly the largest company in New Zealand, with holdings in construction, forestry, building, and energy, initially within New Zealand and then internationally.

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Fletcher Challenge - Battle of The Titans
... The rise and fall of Fletcher Challenge and some of the principal personalities involved, including Hugh Fletcher and Sir Ronald Trotter is described in the book Battle of the Titans by Bruce Wallace ...
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... In 1981, Fletcher Challenge of New Zealand purchased Crown Zellerbach Canada and renamed it Crown Forest Industries ... In 1987, Fletcher Challenge purchased BCFP ... A year later, both companies were merged to form Fletcher Challenge Canada Limited ...
Hugh Fletcher - Fletcher Challenge
... Hugh Fletcher played a major role in developing New Zealand industry as chief executive of Fletcher Challenge following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather Sir James ... directors of IAG New Zealand and a board director of Fletcher Building and Vector Limited ...

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