Moon Lake restructure concerns

Resignation. A disagreement over management of local farms has seen several board members step down from Moon Lake Investments. The news that all non-executive directors have resigned and VDL Farms chief executive officer Evan Rolley will not extend his contract beyond the end of June was made public on Tuesday afternoon. Speaking on behalf of …

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New CEO for VDL Farms

Appointment. Moon Lake Investments has announced Evan Rolley as VDL Farms’ new chief executive officer following the resignation of David Beca in January. Deputy chairman David Crean said the board had moved quickly to appoint a new CEO. “Evan has six years’ recent experience of working with the past four CEOs of VDL on strategic infrastructure, …

2 years ago

CEO resigns, business as usual

VDL. Circular Head Mayor Daryl Quilliam has said the council fully supports Moon Lake Investments following the resignation of VDL Farms chief executive officer David Beca. Mayor Quilliam said the departure of Mr Beca would not change any direction for the future of the company in Circular Head. “Council’s relationship with the company is as great …

2 years ago
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Jobs promised as Moon Lake rises

Business. The sale of the Van Diemen’s Land Company (VDL) has now been finalised. The VDL business and its assets have been sold to Moon Lake Investments with settlement today (Thursday March 31). Moon Lake owner Mr Lu Xianfeng said today he looked forward to working with the existing board and management on plans to …

3 years ago

Van Diemen’s Land Co investment approved 

Sale. The Van Diemen’s Land Company is set to continue its history of foreign ownership after the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) approved Moon Lake Investments’ application on Tuesday. In making the decision the FIRB considered the impacts the sale would have on the company’s current employment, state and national economic growth, national security and …

3 years ago

VDL investor’s offer accepted

Business. While TasFoods Limited seeks legal action on the failed sale of Van Diemen’s Land Company (VDL), another investor’s bid of $280 million has been accepted. Moon Lake Investments has made a binding offer, subject to the approval of the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB), to acquire all the Tasmanian dairy assets held by Tasmanian …

3 years ago