Robert Bernstock has a solid record of business accomplishments

Posted by Admin | December 29th, 2014

Robert Bernstock has a solid record of business accomplishments over the past three decades as a General Manager, Division President, Chief Operating Officer (COO), Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and a member of the Board of Directors. Robert Bernstock has a broad range of experience in several industries, including: fast casual restaurants, retail convenience stores, household consumer goods, lawn and garden, food and beverage, transportation and logistics, information technology, and telecommunications. As a CEO and/or as a Board Member, Robert Bernstock has worked at ten companies that have varied in size from venture capital start-ups to multi-billion dollar enterprises.

During 1996 Robert Bernstock was appointed as a Senior Vice President of the Campbell Soup Company and as President of the U.S. Grocery Division, and held that position for eighteen months. The sales revenue of this division was approximately $3.5 billion, and included: ten market-leading brands, about 11,000 employees, six major manufacturing facilities, and a direct sales force of about 1,000 people. The responsibilities of this position also included oversight of new product introductions, including the initial launch of V-8 Splash.

The Wall Street Journal (April 18th, 1997) described the V-8 Splash launch as “one of the year’s most noteworthy new products” and “part of a sweeping overhaul of the V-8 vegetable juice brand, one of Campbell’s core products. Today, the V-8 Splash beverage business represents about $200 million in sales revenue.

During 1997 Robert Bernstock was promoted to be one of the two Executive Vice Presidents of the Campbell Soup Company. During 1998, the Campbell’s Board of Directors appointed Robert Bernstock as President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Vlasic Foods International (VFI), a $1.5 billion public company spin-off from Campbell Soup.

From 2003 to 2006 Robert Bernstock served in senior leadership positions at the Scotts Miralce-Gro Company, and he was appointed President and Chief Operating Officer in 2005. Robert Bernstock was appointed in 2008 as the President of the Mailing and Shipping Services Division of the United States Postal Service, and held this position through 2010. He had responsibility for a $70 billion dollar division, and had oversight of all product development, product management, retail and commercial products and services, and commercial sales.