CHICAGO The International Foodservice Manufacturers Association has launched a search to find the successor to longtime president and chief executive Michael J Licata. Licata announced earlier this year that he would retire from the posts, which he has held for 31 years. He plans to remain with IFMA through 2009 to work with his successor, who initially will hold the title of chief operating officer.IFMA has retained Oak Consulting Inc. in Lisle, Ill., to help find candidates and ...
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