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Robertet Flavors promotes two, plus other dairy supplier new hires


Markem-Imaje appointed Vincent Vanderpoel as president and CEO.

Paul Henningsen has been promoted to the newly created position of chief operating officer of Henningsen Cold Storage Co.

Peter N. Lombardo, president of Robertet Flavors USA., has retired after 40 years with the company. Robertet also announced two promotions in the Flavor Division. Robert M. Weinstein was named president, Flavors USA, and John I. Simons was named senior vice president, Flavors USA.

The Institute of Food Technologists hired Christie A. Tarantino as its new executive vice president.

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Bob Williams Emily Bourdet Vincent Vanderpoel

Fowler Products, announced Randy Uebler as the division’s new vice president and general manager.

Axon announced that packaging industry veteran Bob Williams has joined the division as vice president of sales and marketing.

Westfalia Technologies Inc. hired Robert (Bob) Douglas as its new service manager.

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Paul Henningsen Randy Uebler

Novasep appointed Michel Spagnol as chairman of the Supervisory Board, following the departure of Roger-Marc Nicoud, the founder of the group.

Emily Bourdet has joined TricorBraun as director of marketing.

Peter Holocher joined FONA's Technology & Innovation team as director of customer innovation.

Cherney Microbiological Services Ltd. added Kathy Knutson as project manager.

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