November 2, 2012, 7:57 pm
Marketing veteran and Management consultant Trevor Reckerman who was associated principally with Jetwing last few years, has relinquished his positions with the Leisure Industry icon to take on a substantive role at Expolanka as Head of their Nutrition Cluster, as well as play a lead role in advancing Expolanka’s foray into the Leisure market from their primary presence in the travel sector.
Trevor is widely known for his long years of service with Nestle both in its local as well as international operations and later providing leadership to the ExxonMobil lubricant business as CEO during a stint with McLarens. He was also associated with Hayleys Consumer as CEO before moving to the leisure business with Jetwing where he spearheaded the recent re-branding of the company and launched an Enterprise Division to explore investment partnerships and project management aimed at expeditiously enhancing the portfolio of that Company.
At Expolanka Nutrition, Trevor will bring his wide range of experience to bear on building another pillar for the group which is predominantly ensconced in diverse Logistics enterprises across the globe. The Nutrition portfolio involves fresh and processed agri-products, herbal supplements, bakery products, processed meats, tea distribution and RTE meals. Leveraging their extensive presence worldwide and in the region, Expolanka intends to explore sourcing capabilities that are readily availablein the group and better exploit local market segments in which they are engaged at present. "I am delighted to have been invited to join Expolanka at this juncture and assume responsibilities for two pivotal clusters that are economic imperatives that the government too is pursuing at the highest levels" said Trevor who also chairs the Tourism Market Access Team for the ECCSL. Apart from these business pursuits, Trevor is of course well known for his involvement in National Football where he was on two previous occasions its Secretary General and is at present the Chairman of the Marketing and Media Committees.