By Amy Looker

ILG has announced that Giuseppe Minissale has been appointed to the position of general manager – trading for the co-operative, commencing at the beginning of this month.

Minissale has resigned from his role as general manager of Porter’s Liquor to take on the new position, a move which ILG chief executive officer, Doug Evans, said demonstrates the ongoing integration of Porter’s into ILG.

Minissale’s role will see him working with the trading team to leverage the ILG portfolio of brands and increase volume and income for the members of ILG.

Minissale is the current president of LSA NSW and brings to the role extensive industry experience, including state management roles in WA and NSW for Porter’s Liquor, and general management and national roles co-ordinating over 150 liquor stores managed by Coles Myer.

In a statement announcing the new appointment, Evans expressed his thanks to Roger Le Sauvage, who was working in the trading role on a part-time basis.

Le Sauvage will now return to the position of QLD general manager next year, following a handover with Minissale.

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