Lactalis Canada promotes Martin Santerre to the position of senior vice president of Industrial.
Lactalis Canada appoints Martin Santerre as senior VP

Lactalis Canada promotes Martin Santerre to the position of senior vice president of Industrial. In this position, Santerre will have total oversight of Lactalis Canada’s 20 manufacturing facilities for cheese and tablespreads, yogurt and cultured, fluid and dessert across Canada.

“Martin has continuously demonstrated exceptional leadership and a deep understanding of our manufacturing processes, making him a natural fit to be at the helm of Lactalis Canada’s industrial operations as we further strengthen our manufacturing capabilities to deliver on our long-term goals,” said Mark Taylor, president and CEO, Lactalis Canada.

“At Lactalis Canada, we take incredible pride in the craftmanship of our high-quality, nutritious and tasty products that Canadians know and love,” said Santerre. “In my new role, I look forward to leveraging the skills and passion of Lactalis Canada’s entire industrial team to continue to drive innovation and excellence in our operations, steering us towards even greater success.”

With significant industrial experience, Santerre joined Lactalis Canada in 2017 in the role of vice president, manufacturing – Dairy Food Group (DFG), focused on cheese and tablespreads. Prior to this, Santerre held multiple senior industrial roles at Hood Packaging and Agropur including VP, manufacturing and procurement – Fluid Division, and VP, manufacturing and technical services – Fine Cheese Division and Groupo La Lacteo Argentina.

Santerre replaces Franck Lallemand who will be taking on a new role as senior vice president of industrial projects before moving back to join Lactalis France in October 2024, while Ronan Lostanlen will join Lactalis Canada effective July 1, 2024, as Lactalis Canada’s new vice president, manufacturing – DFG.

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