Bachoco CEO Rodolfo Ramos Arvizu retiring

Industrias Bachoco Chief Executive Officer Rodolfo Ramos Arvizu is retiring from his role with the company, while Ernesto Salmon Castelo has been chosen as his replacement.

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Industrias Bachoco Chief Executive Officer Rodolfo Ramos Arvizu is retiring from his role with the company, while Ernesto Salmon Castelo has been chosen as his replacement.

The Mexican poultry, egg and pork business announced in a press release on January 26 that Ramos has started the retirement process.

Javier R. Bours, chairman of the Bachoco board, stated: “I would like to thank Rodolfo for his commitment, work and dedication to the company during these forty-three years. Under his leadership, the company achieved not only to be an international player but also to make solid steps towards being an important multiprotein player in Mexico. With no doubt, he leaves a solid company ready to become a top competitor worldwide. Furthermore, I am also pleased to announce that Mr. Ramos will be nominated as a member of the board of directors of Industrias Bachoco.”

About Rodolfo Ramos Arvizu

Ramos joined Bachoco in 1980 and has held the CEO responsibility since November, 2010. During his time with Bachoco, he successfully performed as technical director since 1992. Prior to that, he also held several positions, being deeply involved with poultry management and the egg quality control training program, among other areas of the business.

About Ernesto Salmon Castelo

Salmon joined the Industrias Bachoco in 1991. During his career with the company he has held positions in sales, operations and supply chain, being Mexico operations director his most recent role. Salmon holds a degree in Chemical Engineering and a master’s degree in Business Administration from the Instituto Tecnologico de Sonora.

Through this appointment, the company seeks not only to guarantee the continuity of its operations and strategies but also to capitalize Salmon’s knowledge and experience to position Bachoco as an important international player in the multiprotein industry.

Industrias Bachoco, according to the WATTPoultry Top Poultry Companies survey, is the largest poultry producer in Mexico and the second largest egg producer. It also has a subsidiary in the United States, OK Foods.

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