We see a future where all one-way packaging is converted to reusable
We are hungry to make things better, smarter, easier. We love what we do and the value it creates.
We are most successful when our customers win. We listen and learn, then actively pursue the right solution for long term success.
We know supply chains top to bottom, end to end, across a range of segments.
We work together, communicating with complete transparency. Side by side across functions and geographies is how we do our best work.
We’re a compassionate company who values our team members and customers. Respecting them means caring about their satisfaction and success.
Our people and products always come through — efficiently and thoroughly.
Our path to leadership.
For 60 years, Tosca has developed innovative solutions that deliver supply chain improvement and measurable value for suppliers, growers, and retailers. Tosca has been at the forefront of the reusable revolution from the very beginning.
Tosca designs industry first RPC for case ready meat
Tosca launches innovative egg RPC
Polymer launches wood look crates
2 of the top 5 NA retailers are using Tosca egg & case ready meat RPCs
Apax acquires Tosca
Tosca acquires Polymer Logistics
Tosca acquires Contraload
Tosca diverts 1 million tons of corrugated from entering the supply stream
At Tosca, our vision is a future where all one-way packaging is converted to reusables. It’s a serious goal that our customers share too. See what we’re doing to eliminate food and packaging waste to create a more sustainable world.Learn More
Our Leadership Team
Our leaders are industry insiders who understand perishables and the challenges and opportunities with the supply chain.
President & CEO
Eric Frank became the President of Tosca in November 2012 after the merger of Tosca and Georgia Pacific’s Reusable Plastic Container business. Prior to that role, Eric spent 9 years with the Georgia Pacific RPC Division where he held positions as General Manager, Regional Manager, Operations Manager, and National Sales Manager. During his tenure at Georgia Pacific, Eric led the acquisition of the Orbis produce RPC business in 2009. He also worked at Rehrig Pacific for 3 years as National Account Manager, where he helped launch and manage the CHEP and Hays North American RPC pools. Eric began his career in textile sales with The Astrup Company. Eric has held board positions with the Reusable Packaging and Container Coalition (RPCC) and the Returnable Packaging Association (RPA).
Eric holds a B.A. degree in Communications from Stephen F. Austin State University. He is married with two children and lives in Alpharetta, GA.
Chief Financial Officer
Scott Smith started with Tosca as Chief Financial Officer in 2014. In that capacity he oversees all finance, accounting, and IT functions. Prior to Tosca, he worked in the equipment pooling business for nine years with Brambles and its pallet pooling subsidiary CHEP and document management subsidiary Recall. In the Brambles group, Smith held positions as Director of Finance, Global Controller, and Sr. Director Supply Chain Integration. Prior to his involvement in the pooling industry, Smith held a variety of financial roles over ten years with AT&T (then BellSouth) including CFO of Stevens Graphics. Finally, Smith began his career with Regions Bank (then AmSouth Bank) as an internal auditor for four years. Smith holds certifications as a certified public accountant, certified management accountant, and certified internal auditor.
Smith has an undergraduate degree from Samford University in Birmingham,AL and an MBA from Emory’s Goizueta School of Business in Atlanta, GA. He is married with three children and lives in Peachtree City, GA.
Chief Operations Officer
Mike Wasson joined Tosca as Vice President of Supply Chain & Operations in October, 2014. In his current role as Chief Operations Officer, Wasson provides leadership and direction to all supply chain & plant operations functions including asset management, supply chain optimization, logistics, transportation, customer service, procurement, corporate safety, plant productivity, and service quality. Wasson has 20+ years of broad-based supply chain and operations experience in large size organizations. His background includes roles as Director of Direct Store Delivery Planning Solutions with Coca-Cola Refreshments and previous leadership roles with DHL Express – U.S.A., Roadway Express, Inc., and Hammacher Schlemmer, Inc.
Wasson earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Marketing from Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois. He is an APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional and is working towards APICS Production and Inventory Management certification. In addition, Wasson serves on the national APICS Supply Chain Council – Board of Directors and the APICS Corporate Advisory Board. He is married with one daughter and resides in Woodstock, GA.
Chief Marketing Officer
Susan Heil joined Tosca in May of 2013 as the Director of Marketing and was promoted to Vice President in 2017. In this role, Susan is responsible for managing the corporate marketing function and creating strategic marketing plans in response to customer and market segment needs. She oversees brand management, media relations, marketing communications, and advertising. Prior to joining Tosca, Susan spent the last 4 years leading Marketing at Underwriters Laboratories – Environment and the GREENGUARD Environmental Institute, which was acquired by UL. She also has extensive consumer marketing experience having spent more than 15 years at EarthLink and Sprint in a variety of marketing roles from brand management to retail marketing.
Susan holds a B.A. degree in Communication Studies from University of Iowa. She is married and lives in Atlanta, GA.
Jesse Sels became the EMEA president of Tosca after the company he founded, Contraload NV, was acquired by Tosca in August 2020. Jesse has been in the pooling business for over 20 years, beginning his career at CHEP, a global company that offers pallet and container pooling. He co-founded Contraload in 2004, building the business to be what it is today, the European market leader in pooled plastic pallets. Contraload actively works with some of the largest fast moving consumer goods producers in Europe, serving pickup and delivery to over 3000 customer locations in Europe, a number that grows more than 15% every year. Jesse has worked hard to foster a strong work environment at Contraload, building trust by establishing a culture of open communication at every meeting.
Jesse has a degree in Applied Economic Sciences and Major Transport Economics from the University of Antwerp. He lives in Aartselaar, near Antwerp in Belgium with his wife and son.
Chief Human Resources Officer
Tommie Kennedy joined Tosca in September 2019 as the Chief Human Resources Officer. Tommie is an accomplished Human Resources professional with more than 20 years of experience working with large global organizations such as Coca-Cola and CHEP. Prior to joining Tosca, she worked at Continental Building Products as the Senior Vice President of Human Resources for the United States and Canada. Tommie’s focus as a business leader and HR leader is to build organizational capability through people.
Tommie has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from The State University of New York at Stony Brook and a Master of Industrial and Labor Relations degree in Human Resources Management from Cornell University/Baruch College. Tommie is married with one daughter and lives in Fayetteville, GA.
Chief Information Officer
Mike Weinberg joined Tosca as Chief Information Officer in May, 2019. In this role, he is responsible for leading technology solutions throughout the organization. Mike has over 25 years of technology leadership experience within management consulting, retail, and hospitality industries. Over the past 10 years, Mike served in a variety of leadership roles within InterContinental Hotels Group most recently as Vice President of Global Hospitality Solutions. Prior to IHG, Mike worked in management consulting with Deloitte and Answerthink as well as serving as CIO for RetailOne.
Mike has an undergraduate degree from Emory University and an MBA from Emory’s Goizueta School of Business in Atlanta. He is married with three children and lives in Sandy Springs, Georgia.
President – North America
Tosca, a global leader in reusable packaging solutions and pooling, has promoted Steve Arendsen to President – North America, reporting directly to Eric Frank, Chief Executive Officer. Steve’s leadership will enable Tosca to provide greater focus on the specific needs of Tosca’s North America customers.
Steve’s career in the supply chain industry began at Georgia Pacific where he spent over thirty years in various roles, including serving as the business director for the reusable packaging division that was later sold to create what is now Tosca. Later, Steve joined Tosca in September of 2020 as Vice President of Global Procurement and US Supply Chain. In this role, Steve led his team through some of the most unprecedented supply chain challenges the industry has ever seen. Having been a part of the evolution of the plastic reusables industry since its entrance in North America, he is uniquely qualified to provide leadership in operational excellence as well as continued business growth.
Steve is married with three adult children. The family loves to travel and looks forward to spending time together on the road.
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Tosca’s a top place to work.Named to the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s “Top Workplaces in Atlanta” two years in a row, Tosca promotes a culture of positivity and inspires our team members to go above and beyond — for themselves, each other and their community.
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Comprehensive Medical Benefits
Eligible team members have access to a wide range of benefits including medical, vision, disability, dental, life and emotional wellness.
From yoga and gym membership reimbursements to complimentary fresh fruit in the office, Tosca encourages team members to lead a healthy life.
Paid Time Off (PTO)
Eligible team members enjoy vacation and 9 paid company holidays each year to relax, recharge, and attend to personal needs.
Job-related development leads to advancement opportunities and elevates performance across the company. That’s why Tosca offers educational reimbursement.
Maternity and Paternity Leave
Tosca team members welcoming new bundles of joy to their families enjoy 7 weeks paid maternity and 1 week of paid paternity leave.
Tosca offers a 100% match of all 401(k) contributions up to 6% of employee’s salary, with immediate vesting.
Prime Office Location
Our headquarters is located in Colony Square in the heart of Midtown Atlanta. Our office building boasts on-premises fitness center, Starbucks, Chick-fil-A, and daily food trucks. We are also within walking distance of 150+ restaurants & shopping experiences.
Team Member Recognition
Team member satisfaction is an ongoing effort at Tosca. Our annual “Toscars” award top performers and individuals who live the Tosca values.
Team Member Celebrations
At Tosca, we like to let our hair down and spend time with our colleagues on a regular basis. We have monthly birthday parties, holiday parties and any other reason we can come up with for a celebration (did someone say national cheese day?!)
The many benefits of working at Tosca.
We believe our team members deserve more than just a paycheck. They deserve to work in a fun environment with a supportive team that cares about each other and encourages collaboration at all levels. It’s not just about being a great company, it’s about being great people and serving a higher purpose. Every Tosca employee can be proud of doing their part to reduce food waste.
Our team members are provided with a wide range of programs to help them reach their full potential — personally and professionally.
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