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Change at the top of Trixie France

Bruno Sollier (left) is handing over managerial responsibility for Trixie France to Laurent Brueres.

On 1 January, Bruno Sollier handed over responsibility for marketing in France to his long-standing deputy Laurent Brueres. He has built up Trixie's direct marketing in France over the last ten years and is now moving to Canada to boost the local marketing activities of Trixie there with a view to the CETA free trade agreement.

Laurent Brueres has been with Trixie since the start of his career and will now be responsible for the current field service team of 12 and for Trixie marketing in France.

|10 January 2019


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