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Senior Management Changes at Nestlé

Senior Management Changes at Nestlé
November 22
15:23 2012

Marc Caira, Deputy Executive Vice President in charge of Nestlé Professional, the Swiss food and beverage giant’s globally-managed business dedicated to out-of-home, will retire at the end of April 2013 after 36 years with Nestlé. Marc was instrumental in setting up Nestlé Professional’s two growth platforms: branded beverage solutions and food solutions for the out-of-home industry.

The Nestle board has decided to appoint Martial Rolland, currently market head of Nestlé France, to succeed Marc Caira as Deputy Executive Vice President in charge of Nestlé Professional from 1 May 2013. Martial will become a member of Nestlé’s executive board. A French national, he joined Nestlé in 1988 and worked in different markets across Asia before becoming market head of Turkey, then India and, in 2010, France, one of the group’s largest markets with a very wide product portfolio.

Nespresso CEO Richard Girardot, will succeed Martial Rolland as market head of Nestlé France on 1 April 2013. A French national, he joined Nestlé in 1986 and held various positions in Nestlé’s water business in France before taking over global responsibility for Nespresso in 2007.

Jean-Marc Duvoisin, Deputy Executive Vice President, Human Resources, will succeed Richard Girardot as Nespresso CEO on 1 March 2013. A Swiss national, he joined Nestlé in 1986 and worked in different markets across Latin America before becoming market head of the Colombia, Venezuela and Ecuador region and later Mexico.

The board has decided to appoint Peter Vogt, currently market head of Nestlé Malaysia and Singapore, to succeed Jean-Marc Duvoisin as Deputy Executive Vice President, Human Resources from 1 March 2013. Peter will become a member of Nestlé’s Executive Board.

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