Production sector manager
Alban Kersaudy joined Savéol as an seasonal sorter at the Relecq-Kerhuon site while pursing his studies. He returned to Savéol the following summer, this time as a line manager. At that time the cooperative was working to develop peppers and he continued on in the autumn as manager of workshops about that vegetable, this time on a permanent contract.
This was in 2000. “Our production is above all linked to the land and the earth, a peasant culture to which I am deeply attached,” he explains.
Today, Alban Kersaudy is responsible for the production sector at the Guipavas packaging station. “Over the past 15 years I have mastered packaging and managing teams. I now manage nearly 100 people spread over 10 production lines for more than 600 tonnes of tomatoes packaged each week”.
This growth in skills is based on two key pillars: Ongoing education through the cooperative, and trust. “The trust I was given at Savéol in my first months allowed me to make rapid progress: I developed independence in my work and my achievements”. The cooperative is diversifying and its careers are evolving with it: Increase and specialisation of services, product innovation, packaging or processing, new environmental standards, etc. “Our daily business is impacted by this: this is what is challenging at Savéol and what enables us to guarantee healthy and high-quality products”.
“The trust I was given at Savéol in my first months allowed me to make rapid progress: I developed independence in my work and my achievements”.
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