Performance Food Group Company has announced management changes designed to align the company’s reporting structure with its strategy to capture growth opportunities across business units.
Effective Jan. 3, Craig Hoskins has been appointed president and chief operating officer, overseeing PFG’s Foodservice and Vistar operations, and Patrick Hagerty has been appointed EVP and chief commercial officer. Both will continue to report to George Holm, PFG chairman and CEO.
“I am excited to announce a new operating management structure for PFG,” Holm said. “Over the past several years, our company has been transformed through strategic acquisitions and organic expansion into new channels and lines of business. This new structure aligns the organization with our strategic vision to capture cross-channel growth opportunities.
“I am excited to have Craig and Pat’s experience, knowledge and leadership represented in these important roles as we embark on our next phase of growth,” Holm said.
For the past three years, Hoskins has served as EVP of the company and president and CEO of Foodservice. Prior to this role, he spent seven years as president and CEO of PFG Customized Distribution and as SVP of PFG. His career with PFG began in 1990 with the legacy company, which became Vistar, where he served in areas of increasing responsibility in marketing, sales, purchasing and operations.
In his new role, Hagerty continues as a key member of PFG’s senior leadership team, with additional responsibilities as the company’s chief commercial officer. Hagerty has served as EVP of PFG and CEO of Vistar since 2018. Prior to this, he was SVP of PFG and president and CEO of Vistar.
He also served as VP and COO and VP of merchandising. Hagerty’s career with PFG began in 1994, with Multifoods Distribution Group, which became Vistar in 2002 and Performance Food Group in 2008.
Performance Food Group is an industry leader and one of the largest food and foodservice distribution companies in North America with more than 150 locations in the U.S. and parts of Canada.