Peter Levangie has been named CEO of Bay State Milling, effective Sept. 1.
“The vote by our board of directors is a demonstration of our confidence in Peter to provide continuing leadership and growth for our company while adhering to our core purpose and values,” said Bernard “Buck” Rothwell, III, chairman of Bay State Milling. “During his career with us, Peter has proven himself to be an extremely capable executive who builds on the foundation of the past while innovating to take advantage of the opportunities we see in the future.”
Bay State Milling is privately held and family owned. The company is a supplier of flour and plant-based ingredients. The company has seven U.S. wheat flour mills with a total capacity of 75,140 cwts, according to Sosland Publishing’s 2016 Grain & Milling Annual. The company also has two durum mills with a total capacity of 4,300 cwts and two rye mills with a total capacity of 2,500 cwts.
“I am honored and humbled to succeed Brian as CEO,” Levangie said. “I will lead Bay State Milling Co. on the shoulders of the strong family leadership that has come before me and with the support of the experienced and professional management team we have in place today. I look forward to serving our customers by delivering quality ingredients, exceptional service and innovative solutions for plant-based foods.”