CANADA: Russell Breweries brings in two new directors
Russell Breweries has appointed two new directors after a number of high profile departures.
Peter Stafford, a QC, and Richard Shi, co-founder of Xinjiang Wusu Breweries Co, have been elected to the board of the Canadian brewer, the company announced late last week. It comes after Russell Breweries' president, COO & co-founder Andrew Harris left in June. No reason was given for Harris' departure and the brewery said last week he has also resigned as a director.
Russell Breweries is based in British Columbia. In 2007, the company acquired Fort Garry Brewing Company, which operates out of Manitoba.
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