ANDERSON, Ind. — Bryan Kaniuk is back in Nestle's Anderson plant, this time as the new factory manager.
Kaniuk will oversee the factory's production of a number of Nestle's drink products and will have a new production line to oversee. The company announced it would add the seventh line last year.
Kaniuk has been with Nestle since 1998 and has held various positions in various locations including Ohio, Arkansas and South Carolina. He also spent some time in the Anderson plant and helped with the production of Nesquik creamers and Boost nutritional drinks. Most recently, Kaniuk served as the factory manager for Nestle's ice cream factory in London, Ontario.
He officially started working on the floor Monday.
The Nestle Anderson plant, which opened in 2009, is responsible for producing breakfast drinks and Nesquik ready-to-drink. The plant also serves as a storage and distribution center for Toll House cookie dough and Buiton pastas.
The plant employs more than 700 people.
Kaniuk was unavailable for comment on Monday.
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