Camposol Welcomes New CEO Manuel Salazar as Samuel Dyer Coriat Prepares to Transition
LIMA, PERU - Manuel Salazar, former CEO of Louis Dreyfus Commodities for Peru and Chile, has been announced as Camposol’s new CEO.
Salazar steps in to replace Samuel Dyer Coriat, who will reportedly stay on as Executive Chairman in the coming months to help ease the transition and assist Salazar, eventually delegating all those duties to him.
"We are very pleased to have Manuel in our team, as he not only has the experience but also has the organizational, financial and commercial skills in order to help us achieve our vision to become one of the first five leaders in the world in the provision of healthy food," Dyer Coriat, Outgoing Executive Chairman of Camposol Holding Ltd., said, according to a MarketWatch News report.
Overall the company reports that its incoming CEO brings with him over 20 years of professional experience in managerial roles, both local and regional in responsibility, for large companies.
Below is a brief video of what Camposol does and what its new CEO will be looking to help grow.
Salazar began his career in finance in 1991, holding a Bachelor in Economics from Clark University, an MBA from Georgetown University, and a PhD in Management from the University of Lleida.
He has an extensive leadership background, including strategic, commercial, and financial planning for large organizations, experience operating in different markets, and having led in culture transformation management and control systems.
Overall, according to the report, the company expressed both confidence and enthusiasm for the chapter its new leader will open.