Jannick Thomsen Joining SEE as New VP and Chief People + Digital Officer; Emile Chammas Named SVP & Chief Operating Officer
Leadership appointments position SEE for faster digital transformation and growth
“We’re making bold moves to build a world-class digital company,” said
Thomsen will join SEE from
“Jannick is well-known at SEE and other world-class companies for his expertise in digital transformation and growth,” said Doheny. “This is an exciting step to accelerate our future to a world-class, digitally driven company, automating sustainable packaging solutions with a people-first approach to make it happen.”
Chammas joined SEE in 2010 and most recently served as Senior Vice President, Chief Transformation & Manufacturing/Supply
“Emile has demonstrated strong leadership– keeping our people safe and delivering for our customers during an unprecedented time for SEE and the world,” said Doheny. “Working with our three regional presidents, Emile will continue to drive performance of our SEE Operating Engine and accelerate growth through automation, digital and sustainability.”
Thomsen will succeed current VP & Chief Human Resources Officer
“Susan has been instrumental in transforming our business and culture and bringing our purpose to life. All of us at SEE wish her the very best in her well-deserved retirement,” said Doheny.
Our globally recognized brands include CRYOVAC® brand food packaging,
SEE’s Operating Model, along with our industry-leading expertise in materials, engineering and technology, create value through more sustainable, automated, and digitally connected packaging solutions.
We are leading the packaging industry to create a more environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable future and have pledged to design or advance 100% of our packaging materials to be recyclable or reusable by 2025, and a bolder goal to reach net-zero carbon emissions in our global operations by 2040. Our Global Impact Report highlights how we are shaping the future of the packaging industry. We are also committed to a diverse workforce and inclusive culture through our 2025 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion pledge.
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