JBS appoints pork industry veteran to lead fed-beef business
Nov. 7, 2017
by Joel Crews
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GREELEY, Colo. – Tim Schellpeper, the most recent CEO of Maschhoff Family Foods, a Carlyle, Illinois-based pork production firm, and a former executive with Smithfield Foods, Smithfield, Virginia, has been appointed president of JBS USA’s fed-beef business operations. Schellpeper, a 25-year industry veteran, will be responsible for operations of the JBS processing facilities in Cactus, Texas, Hyrum, Utah, Grand Island, Nebraska, and in Greeley, Colorado.
|Tim Schellpeper, president of JBS USA, fed-beef business operations
Schellpeper’s career began in 1987, when he worked at IBP and later worked with Farmland Foods as senior vice president of operations and with Smithfield as president and chief operating officer at Smithfield Packing Co.
“We are pleased to add Tim to our strong, proven leadership team of seasoned professionals,” Andre Nogueira, CEO of JBS USA, said in a statement. “Tim’s vast experience in building strong teams while driving operational excellence, increased profitability and customer satisfaction make him an excellent cultural fit for JBS USA.”
The company’s fed-beef business unit employs approximately 11,000 people with a daily processing capacity of 18,000 head. It serves retail and foodservice customers with fresh beef brands that include Swift, 5 Star Reserve and Aspen Ridge.
“Over the past decade, JBS USA has evolved into the leading producer of high-quality meats in North America by empowering our teams to lead their respective businesses with ownership and passion,” Nogueira said.