After almost three years with the company, Vince Pinneri is leaving SPC Ardmona.February 21, 2013 4:04am
SPC Ardmona’s managing director is moving out of his role to take up a differnet position with the parent company, Coca Cola Amatil after almost three years with the fruit processor.
CCA today announced Vince Pinneri will be become director of New Ventures within the Executive Team of CCA Australia Beverages.
CCA’s current managing director, Peter Kelly, of business services will be stepping into the role of Managing Director SPC Ardmona from the beginning of April.
Outgoing managing director, Vince Pinneri says SPC Ardmona’s business transformation must continue.
“SPCA has been part of the Goulburn Valley community for over 90 years and it must continue its transformation to ensure a prosperous future.
Mr Kelly has spent 25 years with the Coca-Cola system and has held a number of key positions, including General Manager Grocery and Director of Operations and Logistics in the Australian business before taking on the role of Regional Director for Asia with accountability for the Indonesian and PNG business units.
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