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Frucor Beverages Announces Key Appointment

Frucor Beverages Announces Key Appointment

Local innovative drinks manufacturer and marketer Frucor Beverages has appointed Scott Johnson as General Manager - Sales and Distribution.

Scott joins the company from Mainland Products Ltd (Fonterra Cooperative Group) where he was General Manager in Sales for three years.

Before joining Mainland Scott was with Meadow Lea Foods (Goodman Fielder New Zealand Limited), Heinz Wattie and New Zealand Dairy.

Scott began his career in 1988 with IBM New Zealand Ltd and holds a B Com in Economics and a MBA from Victoria University.

At Frucor Beverages Scott will be responsible for a large sales and distribution team and developing and implementing successful strategies to enhance both functions.

Frucor's mission is to lead with refreshing ideas and create innovative cold drinks that refresh, invigorate and delight people wherever they go.

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