LAKELAND — Publix CEO and President Todd Jones on Monday announced some new officer positions and promotions.

Randy Barber, 55, will be promoted to vice president of industrial maintenance and purchasing. He is currently director if industrial maintenance. In this new role, Barber will be responsible for industrial maintenance, facilities purchasing and manufacturing-supply purchasing.

Publix’s fresh retail business units will be divided between two current officers. Moving from Publix’s grocery team, Pete Mowitt, 58, currently vice president of product business development for grocery and non-foods, will lead the bakery and meat retail business unites as vice president of product business development for bakery and meat; he’ll also continue to oversee Publix’s store dairy and frozen business areas as well as space-management areas. Chris Litz, 54, will continue to lead Publix’s efforts in the deli, produce and meals units as vice president of product business development for deli and produce.

With Mowitt’s new responsibilities, Brad Oliver, 44, will be promoted to vice president of product business development for dry grocery and non-foods. He is currently business development director of direct store delivery products. Oliver will be responsible for overseeing and supporting the dry grocery and non-foods corporate purchasing category management teams.