US: Nestle Waters North America unveils CEO switch
Kim Jeffery headed up Nestle Waters for 20 years
Nestle Canada's current boss is set to return to Nestle Waters North America (NWNA) to take the role of president & CEO.
Brown, 49, has been president & CEO of Nestle Canada since 2010 and previously spent 22 years at NWNA.
Brown said he will build on Jeffery's legacy. “Kim led the company from a single brand to the largest bottled water company in North America,” he said.
President of Nestle Canada's frozen unit Shelley Martin will succeed Brown in Canada.
Switzerland's Nestle Waters saw sales rise by 5.8% in year-to-date figures released last month.
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