UK: WSTA adds to executive board
The Wine & Spirit Trade Association has announced three additions to its executive board.
Peter Jackson, the managing director of Foster's Group in Europe, the Middle East and Africa and Jeff Jamet, the managing director of WaverleyTBS have joined the WSTA executive board, the association confirmed late last week.
The two men will be joined by Jeff Stanton, the chief executive of UK logistics firm CERT Group.
"I am delighted to welcome my colleagues from the industry onto the executive board and look forward to working with them over the coming years to drive the development of the WSTA to effectively represent the wine and spirit industry," said WSTA chairman Christopher Carson.
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