Musgrave has confirmed that after 24 years with the business, Martin Kelleher has decided to step down as managing director of Musgrave Retail Partners Ireland and is leaving the business.
Since assuming the role of managing director of Musgrave Retail Partners Ireland in 2010, Kelleher oversaw a rise in sales at Centra from €1.4 billion to €1.7 billion, while sales at SuperValu also increased from €2.1 billion to €2.75 billion, the group said in a statement.
“Martin’s career with Musgrave started as an accountant in 1996 and he has contributed significantly to the success of the business," said Noel Keeley, CEO Musgrave.
"He has been a key leader in Musgrave overseeing the significant growth and development of our brands and retail stores. All of us at Musgrave would like to thank Martin for his passion and commitment to Musgrave throughout the 24 years he has been with us,” he added.
Successor Selection Process
Musgrave said that a selection process to identify a successor has commenced.
'In the interim, the transition will begin immediately with Ray Kelly appointed to lead the business on a temporary basis working with Kelleher to ensure a smooth handover of responsibilities,' it added.
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