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Tosca Appoints Digital Transformation Leader Nigel Lemmon as New CIO

Brussels, Belgium – Tosca, a leading global provider of reusable plastic packaging and supply chain solutions, has appointed Nigel Lemmon as its new Chief Information Officer (CIO).

In this role, Lemmon will lead Tosca’s digital transformation initiatives and leverage technology to enhance services for both internal and external stakeholders. He will report directly to Tosca’s Chief Executive Officer, Eric Frank.

Nigel is an accomplished international executive with over 20 years of experience driving large-scale digital transformation for global companies. His past positions include Managing Director and CIO at several Fortune 500 firms across Europe, Asia and North America.

Most recently, he served as Group Head of Digital Technology at DO&CO Aktiengesellschaft, where he successfully led an enterprise-wide digital overhaul. Nigel has deep expertise across various sectors like manufacturing, utilities, FMCG, and business services.

Nigel Lemmon

“We’re delighted to welcome Nigel to the Tosca team,” said CEO Eric Frank. “His proven track record in digital transformation along with his innovative mindset make him the ideal choice to lead us into the future.”

Frank added, “I’m confident Nigel will help elevate our services and enable us to better meet the evolving needs of our customers.”

On his appointment, Nigel said, “I look forward to joining Tosca’s talented leadership team. I’m committed to leveraging the power of technology to build smarter, sustainable supply chains that deliver value for our customers.”

Nigel holds a MBA from Cranfield School of Management. When he’s not busy learning about the newest tech, he enjoys scuba diving, rugby and hiking.

About Tosca

Tosca is a leading provider of reusable packaging and supply chain solutions across the globe. The company partners with retailers, growers, and producers to optimize their supply chains for sustainability and efficiency. Tosca operates a rental model for its reusable plastic crates and pallets to reduce waste and carbon emissions. The company manages over 160 service centers and 38 washing facilities worldwide.