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Albalact appoints Giampaolo Manzonetto as new general director

Giampaolo Manzonetto has been appointed as the new general director of Albalact Romania, company which is controlled by Lactalis Group. Manzonetto is the general director of Lactalis Romania and Parmalat Romania and following the most recent appointment he will manage all the operations of the group in Romania.

2017-04-04 16:45:01

"I have a long management experience in Romania and I took the helm of companies that were in key moments and I opened new roads, and now I have received the task, which is not easy at all, to consolidate a strong company," said Manzonetto.

He joined the management team of Parmalat Russia in 1998 and since 2003 he started working in Romania and became general director of the local operations of Parmalat in 2007. In 2014, he took helm at Lactalis Romania, LaDorna and Parmalat.

Furthermore, Albalact board of directors also appointed Irina Mandoiu as the deputy general director of the company. She has previously worked as the commercial director of Albalact.
Mandoiu has joined the company in 2005 as trade marketing manager and became commercial director in 2010.



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