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CCPA Group is recruiting to support its development

To support the evolution of its organization announced last October and its ambitions in terms of development, the CCPA Group is increasing its workforce. About thirty jobs are to be filled on all its sites in France and abroad for the next two years.
Without waiting for the release of its new strategic plan, the CCPA Group launches its recruitment plan for the next two years.
"The CCPA Group has been growing since 2020 as a result of its commercial dynamics in France and abroad, and its ability to innovate," says Catherine Barbier, CCPA Group HR Director.
 

The company is recruiting to meet immediate needs in sales, cash services, production and laboratory activities. The support services are also concerned by this recruitment campaign: Information Systems, Marketing, Finance and Human Resources.

The CCPA Group is indeed experiencing growth in its 3 businesses:

  • Services and Feed solutions under the CCPA brand, which includes the provision of products and services to customers, combined with a recognized zootechnical and nutritional expertise;
  • Livestock specialties under the Deltavit banner, which brings together the design, production and marketing of nutritional supplements, minerals and lickable cubes; 
  • Functional ingredients with the manufacture and marketing of additives and specific raw materials.

With a turnover of 152 million Euros, the CCPA Group expects to reach a workforce of 500 employees by the end of 2022.

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