“There is no captive customer, in either fast-moving consumer foods or airports”

There is no captive customer, in either fast-moving consumer foods or airports

Kevin Toland (47) became Chief Executive of DAA, the Dublin and Cork airport operator, in January 2013 after spending a quarter-century in consumer foods – the last decade as the CEO of Glanbia USA, a dominating force in the manufacture and supply of processed products in the giant North American foods industry. Previously, Toland held senior executive positions in Coca-Cola Russia and with Grand Metropolitan in Ireland and Central Europe. DAA is his first job in air transport. Read the full article »

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