Morrisons appoints new corporate technical services director
Morrisons has appointed Andrew Clappen as its new corporate technical services director. Clappen is replacing technical director Liam Pope, who is retiring after more than 25 years at the supermarket chain.
Previously senior vice president for food safety, quality assurance and regulatory affairs at Canadian retailer Loblaw, Clappen will be responsible for food safety, trading standards and compliance issues in his new role. He will report to Morrison’s corporate services director Martyn Jones.
In a separate move, Morrison’s has recruited Allison Taylor as loss prevention director to head up a new loss prevention unit. Taylor joins the supermarket from Dixons.
Commenting on the appointments Martyn Jones said: "These appointments are part of Morrisons ongoing development from a family business to a FTSE-50 company. They will ensure we have the right people and processes in place to satisfy our external stakeholders."
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