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Francesco Faella appointed new CEO of Tetra Pak for SEE region

July 29, 2016
Chemical Value Chain

Food processing and packaging solutions company Tetra Pak appointed Francesco Faella as the new CEO for Southeast Europe. Francesco will replace Maria Krasilowez, who has moved to the new position in the global organisation of Tetra Pak.

With his 20 years of experience in the food products packaging industry, Francesco took over this post bringing with him a wealth of experience in management and operational management. Before taking up a new position in the region of SEE, Francesco held numerous management positions in Tetra Pak, the last of which includes the city manager of the portfolio of clusters for Europe and Central Asia, as well as the manager of the products in the global organisation of the company.

Francesco Faella will have office in Belgrade, and will lead all business markets of fourteen companies in the region of Southeast Europe, of which the largest are Serbia, Greece, Croatia, and Romania.

Source: The Diplomat

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