Friday, January 22, 2021

Miles Lane is an agricultural economist and technologist with over 30 years’ experience in international trade, freight, shipping, logistics, agriculture, agribusiness, transport and energy generation and distribution.

He has 15 years’ commercial shipping and trade experience to director level within a world leader in global ocean transportation and logistics services.

Miles has a strong knowledge of the main trades and transport networks that serve Oceania (Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands) and Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and the Americas. He has engaged with many of the major shippers (exporters), commodity traders and buyers in these regions.

Miles designed and developed computer applications and management systems for shipping companies and a commodity trading company he established to source, import, market and distribute supplement stockfeed to dairy farmers in New Zealand.

He is currently developing innovative new technologies with application to large transport, infrastructure and agriculture projects.

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In 1810, due to its distinctive appearance in its natural habitat, Robert Brown named the genus "Telopea"
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