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Leadership Transition at Selecta Switzerland

  • By The Swiss Times
  • 3 April 2024

Selecta Switzerland sees a significant shift in leadership as Frank Keller departs.

Leadership Transition at Selecta Switzerland
Keystone/ALEXANDRA WEY

There is a change of management at Selecta Switzerland. Frank Keller, Head of the DACH market region of the snack vending machine operator, has left the company. Selecta CEO Christian Schmitz will now take over the management of the Swiss market, as a company spokeswoman told the news agency AWP on Wednesday.

Keller had been with Selecta for around three and a half years, as he wrote in a Linkedin message. Selecta Switzerland is a different company today than it was when he took over, he explained on his departure.

The Selecta Group, headquartered in Cham ZG, operates in 16 countries. In 2023, the Group generated sales of CHF 1.2 billion and reported an operating profit (EBITDA) of CHF 207 million. The company has been owned by US financial investor KKR since 2015.

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