McCormick Spices Up Top Ranks

McCormick braces for the upcoming retirement of Robert G. Davey, president of the global industrial group.
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reshuffled its operational leadership Tuesday.

The Sparks, Md., spice seller named Charles T. Langmead president of the U.S. Industrial Group, Mark Timbie president for international operations, Alan Wilson president for North American consumer foods and the U.S. supply chain, and Lawrence Kurzius president for U.S. consumer foods.

Langmead, Timbie and Wilson will report to CEO Robert J. Lawless. Kurzius will report to Wilson.

The moves come as McCormick braces for the upcoming retirement of Robert G. Davey, president of the global industrial group.

"Our Company continues to evolve, and the organizational changes described above reflect the growth of our businesses worldwide and the evolution of our customer base," Lawless said. "These changes will allow us to take advantage of our regional capabilities while maintaining coordination with our global customers. I have confidence that both our consumer and industrial businesses will succeed and grow under the leadership of Mark, Alan and Chuck."

On Tuesday, McCormick shares fell 16 cents to $33.37.