PepsiCo Reshuffles Executive Responsibilities and Renames its North American Unit

Published By : 10 Jul 2015 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

The North American beverages unit of PepsiCo, henceforth will be called North America Beverages. The news about the beverage company renaming its unit in North America was revealed alongside several other management changes. 

PepsiCo Americas Beverages, which will be very soon called by its new name North America Beverages, is led by Al Carey as CEO. In addition to his role as a CEO, Carey also plays an extensive role in the company as the leader of its Center of Excellence on Customer Management. 

Meanwhile, the company has also revealed that Enderson Guimaraes, who previously took care of the company operations as the Vice President of operations and global categories has chosen to stage a walk-out and pursue scopes outside PepsiCo. 

The many operational areas overseen by Guimaraes, henceforth will be led by Eugene Willemsen and Brian Newman, revealed the company spokesperson. 

PespsiCo also revealed that Brian Newman, who until now used to lead the global e-commerce department as the general manager and senior vice president, has been named as the executive vice president to be responsible for the global operations. He will also look after the global operations across the department of supply chain, productivity, global security, corporate strategy, and risk management. 

Until recently, the PepsiCo Lipton beverages unit was looked after by Eugene Willemsen as the president, who has been named to lead the departments of franchise management and global categories as the executive vice president. The company spokesperson revealed that Eugene Willemsen will be responsible for overseeing the functions in the departments of global snacks, global beverages, and global nutrition. Willemsen will also continue to take care of the PepsiCo’s Lipton relationships. 

Hugh Johnston, who led the company as CFO will shoulder an added responsibility overseeing the Quaker Foods Group in North America and the global e-commerce department of the company. 
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