Core-Mark International, Inc. is a wholesale distributor of packaged consumer products to convenience retail and grocery stores including candy, snacks and fast food and non-food products, such as tobacco to retailers in the western US and Canada. Core-Mark was founded by the Glaser Brothers in San Francisco in 1888. Core-Mark also offers store services, including help with displays, promotions, and marketing. It operates 15 distribution centers in the western US (mainly in California) and four in Canada. Investment firm Jupiter Partners owns 75% of Core-Mark; the company's senior management owns 25%. The company had a 1999 Profit of £12.51, a one year growth of 180.2%.Core-Mark employs 2,50...
395 Oyster Point Boulevard
South San Francisco, CA 94080
Kraft Heinz Announces Executive Changes
Jun 29 15
Kraft Heinz announced that effective upon the close of the merger, the company’s senior leadership team is: Paulo Basilio, who joined Heinz in 2013 as CFO following its acquisition by 3G Capital and Berkshire Hathaway, will serve as executive vice president and CFO of the new Kraft Heinz where he will be responsible for all the finance functions and the investor relations area. Matt Hill, who has served as zone president of Heinz Europe will continue in that role at the combined Kraft Heinz. Prior to his current position, Hill served as president of Heinz UK and Ireland. Emim Mammadov has been appointed zone president of Russia, India and Middle East, Turkey & Africa. He joined Heinz in 2006 as marketing director for Heinz Russia and has been president of RIMEA since 2013. Michael Mulllen, who currently serves as senior vice president of corporate and government affairs at Heinz, will hold the same title at the combined Kraft Heinz. Mullen, who joined Heinz in 1998, will be responsible for leading internal and external communications, CSR and government affairs. He will also have responsibility for the company foundation, real estate and facilities. Eduardo Pelleissone has been appointed executive vice president of global operations. In this role Pelleissone, who joined Heinz in July 2013 as head of operations, will have direct accountability for the company's supply chain, quality procurement and operations functions in North America and globally. Marcos Romaneiro, who has served as zone president of Heinz Latin America, will hold the same title from KraftHeinz. Francisco Sa, zone president of Heinz Latin America, will serve in the same role for Kraft Heinz. He joined Heinz in June 2014 after serving as zone president from AB InBev's Latin America South Business. Jim Savina has been promoted to senior vice president, general counsel and corporate security. He joined Kraft in 2013 serving in legal leadership positions and as chief compliance officer. Melissa Wernek, who joined Heinz in 2013, has been appointed senior vice president of global human resources, performance and IT. George Zoghb i has been appointed chief operating officer of U.S. commercial business. In this role, Zoghbi, who joined Kraft in 2007, will lead the company's more than $19 billion in U.S. business. The company also announced the departures of the following Kraft executives either upon completion of the merger or within 30 days: James Kehoe, executive vice president and CFO; Kim K. Rucker, executive vice president, Corporate & Legal Affairs, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary; Robert Gorski, executive vice president, Integrated Supply Chain; Jane Hilk, chief marketing officer and president, Beverages & Snack Nuts; Dave Ciesinski, president of Meal Solutions; Fred Paglia, president, Foodservice and U.S. Growth Channels. It was previously announced Chuck Davis, executive vice president of, Research, Development, Quality and Innovation, will also be leaving the organization.
ICON Vapor, Inc. Continues to Develop Relationship With Core-Mark
May 28 15
ICON Vapor, Inc. announced that the company is on track with its distribution strategy of expanding its presence in North America by continuing to develop a strategic relationship with Core-Mark International.