Michelle Primrose

Forth Ports, the UK’s third largest ports group, has promoted Michelle Primrose to the newly created role of Chief People Officer (CPO).

Michelle joined Forth Ports as Group HR Manager in 2021, and in her new role as CPO she will continue to focus on Forth Ports’ people who are at the core of the success of the business. The CPO role will play a critical part in the long-term future of the business and Michelle will be instrumental in developing talent and succession across the business to meet the current and future strategic plans and aspirations, including the company’s drive to Net Zero. Forth Ports has outlined its commitment and the actions it is taking to achieve a Net Zero carbon operation by 2042.


(November 2023)

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