CANADA: Arrowhead Water names president, CEO

By | 16 February 2007

Arrowhead Water has promoted its sales and marketing director to the roles of president and CEO.

The Canadian home and office delivery water company said today (16 February) that Donald W. Wood would take the top job. Wood had been sales and marketing director since April last year.

Arrowhead said Wood "brings a wealth of experience" to the position. Before joining the company, he worked for US-based Trojan Technologies. Prior to that, he worked for Nestle-Perrier Vittel in Thailand.

Earlier this month, Arrowhead said it had hauled back its losses in its fiscal year. The company saw its net losses fall in the year to 30 September to C$193,100 (US$164,125) from C$838,671 a year earlier.

Sectors: Water

Companies: Arrowhead, Nestle, Perrier, Vittel

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