CANADA: Arrowhead Water updates management
Arrowhead Water Products has added three senior managers to the company.
The bottled water company said yesterday (5 June), that Russell Rogers, previously general manager for Arrowhead, will become vice president of operations. Rogers will be responsible for the overall day-to-day operations of the company.
Brian McCabe will become controller for the company, bringing over ten years of experience in the bottled water industry.
Paddy McGinley has been recruited as the company's new director of operations for Northern Alberta. McGinley will be responsible for leading and managing the company's day-to-day operations in Edmonton.
Arrowhead has also announced that R. Daniel DeMaere has resigned as chief financial officer and a director of the company.
The company recently sold its retail operations in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, British Columbia for a cash sum of US$305,000.
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