Cold food equipment suppliers, logistics providers make executive changes
Target Corp., Minneapolis
Stephanie Lundquist was promoted to executive vice president, chief human resources officer, replacing Jodee Kozlak, who will be departing after nearly 15 years with Target. Lundquist will be responsible for driving the enterprise-wide human resources strategy for Target’s 347,000 team members globally. She has more than 17 years of retail experience. Since joining Target in 2005, she has held leadership positions in talent acquisition, talent management and operational roles in business integration and program management. Most recently, Lundquist was the senior vice president of human resources, responsible for Target’s headquarters team as well as all human resources functions for Target India operations. Kozlak led the team through the 2013 data breach and onboarded Target’s first external CEO, Brian Cornell, in 2013.
Campbell Soup Co., Camden, N.J.
Greg Shewchuk was named senior vice president, chief marketing and commercial officer, Americas simple meals and beverages, effective March 7. Shewchuk will be responsible for all aspects of marketing and consumer connection across the division’s $4 billion portfolio of brands, which includes Campbell’s, V8, Swanson, Pace and Prego. Shewchuk comes from Mead Johnson Nutrition Co., where he was global head, marketing and chief marketing officer. Previously, he was vice president, innovation, North American snacks at Mondelez/Kraft U.S. He was also vice president of global gum category for Cadbury; director of global brand development for Diageo and Unilever in the United States and Canada.
Lineage Logistics, LLC, backed by Bay Grove Capital, LLC, Irvine, Calif.
Greg Bryan joined as senior vice president of transportation solutions, responsible for all aspects of Lineage’s transportation and international logistics operations. Prior to joining Lineage, Bryan served as senior vice president of operations for C&S Wholesale Grocers, where he managed a 450-truck private fleet and eight multi-temperature distribution facilities. He was also executive vice president of transportation for Americold Logistics, in which he developed and launched numerous nationwide logistics programs for temperature-controlled shipments. Prior to Americold, Bryan oversaw and managed global transportation for Ryder Integrated Solutions.
Interroll, Wilmington, N.C.
Erwin Teichmannwas named to the newly created role of global head of communications and investor relations, responsible for external media and public relations, internal communications, investor relations and continued development of online and social media communications. Teichmann spent three years as the owner of etcom communications consultancy in Germany, and maintains many years of technical and management experience in corporate communications for international technology companies, such as THALES, ABB and the former VAW aluminum. Teichmann succeeds Petra Mueller, who left the company last year.
Avure Technologies, Cincinnati, Ohio
Edmundo Romojoined as business development manager for Mexico, representing HPP equipment manufacturer throughout Mexico, assisting companies in developing high-pressure processing (HPP) capabilities. Romo’s experience includes working in Latin America with companies like R.A. Jones, Multi-Color and Coesia.
Bishop-Wisecarver Group (BWG), Pittsburg, Calif.
Dan Passero was named director of distribution sales, responsible for defining new market opportunities, growing BWG’s distribution channel throughout North America, Europe and Asia and developing new programs and solutions to facilitate distributor growth. A linear motion veteran, Passero maintains more than 17 years’ experience in marketing, business development and sales management. Prior to BWG, Passero directed sales and marketing at RSA Inc. and previously served in several roles at NSK, where he worked extensively with the distribution channel and spearheaded significant sales growth through multiple channels.