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Raymond Nogael promoted to MECATHERM President role

Mecatherm appointed Raymond Nogael as the new President. He succeeds Olivier Sergent, who continues his duties as President of TMG, the parent company of Mecatherm, ABI and MaMaTa. As President, he will be responsible for pursuing Mecatherm’s development strategy, with a focus on innovation and sustainable development. 

Nogael joined TMG in 2015 as a Marketing & Business Development Director and member of the Executive Committee. He created and established the ‘services’ subsidiaries in Atlanta and Toronto and integrated Mecatherm’s sister company, ABI. In 2023, he completed his role, becoming responsible for sales and sustainable development for the entire TMG Group.

Raymond Nogael comments on his new role at Mecatherm’s helm: “I am deeply honored by this appointment and thank Olivier Sergent and Unigrains for their confidence. Olivier Sergent has worked tirelessly to promote the excellence of Mecatherm’s savoir-faire internationally. This new governance demonstrates our ambition to pursue our development. Drawing on the expertise of our teams, I will be committed to furthering Mecatherm’s transformation, with the aim of growing as a solid, responsible company and strengthening our position as a key partner for industrial customers in the food industry.”

Olivier Sergent, President of TMG, adds: “The time has come to prepare the Group for a new page in its history. Raymond Nogael has demonstrated a great capacity for entrepreneurship, for listening to our customers and for uniting teams. I will enthusiastically give him my full support for the success of his new mandate. I am convinced that, under his leadership, the Group will continue to flourish to better serve the industrial bakery sector, which is destined for a promising future, and as Mecatherm celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. The company has tremendous potential for innovation and passion.”


Maxime Vandoni, Deputy CEO of Unigrains, Europe’s leading agri-food investor and majority shareholder of TMG-Mecatherm since 2018, concludes: “In the face of numerous exogenous crises, Mecatherm has clearly demonstrated its resilience. Its performance and results are the fruit of the efforts of teams at all levels of the company. Raymond Nogael’s nomination signals strategic continuity and comes at a time when the Group’s positive commercial dynamic is being confirmed, offering encouraging perspectives for 2024 and beyond.”


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