ABP appoints new managing director of Irish and Polish operations

Kevin Cahill to take up role with meat processor in March after five years with OSI

Employees wear protective clothing as they cut sections of Irish beef from carcasses at ABP Foods Group’s meat-processing plant in Cahir, Co Tipperary.

Employees wear protective clothing as they cut sections of Irish beef from carcasses at ABP Foods Group’s meat-processing plant in Cahir, Co Tipperary.

 

Meat processor ABP has announced the appointment of Kevin Cahill as managing director of its Irish and Polish operations.

Mr Cahill rejoins the group from OSI where he was managing director Europe for the past five years. Prior to joining OSI he spent 20 years with the Kepak Group. He will take up the role in March.

ABP chief executive Frank Stephenson said: “Kevin brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this important role at this time.”

ABP is the largest beef processor in the UK and Ireland. The company also operates substantial renewable (Olleco), pet food (C&D) and protein divisions. It employs more than 11,000 people and has 47 manufacturing plants in Ireland, Britain, Denmark, Poland, Austria, Holland, France and Spain.