Michael Nederhoff is the new leader of Saskatchewan-based cannabis processor, Shelter Cannabis.
The company announced on June 14 that Nederhoff will be taking over the role from company founder, Mark Hauk. Hauk will remain as a strategic advisor.
“Michael brings strong commercial expertise, as well as a passion for Shelter’s future growth and success.” said Hauk in a press release. “The Shelter Executive and I firmly believe that under Michael’s leadership, Shelter’s strategic direction going forward will be characterized by leading market performance, sustainable growth, and profitability.”
Nederhoff brings more than 25 years of management experience in retail and manufacturing. He has worked for prominent brands such as, Loblaws Companies Ltd. and Reb Bull.
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