Nestlé sets up Southern-Eastern Europe market division
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Swiss-based food and drink group Nestlé is creating a new regional division that will merge its operations on the market of Southeast Europe (Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Kosovo) and the market of Moldova and Ukraine, Nestle Bulgaria said reported news portal SeeNews.
The decision was taken in the context of the global transformation of the Nestlé group and it is an opportunity to strengthen the group's position, sharpen its category focus, develop the staff within the company and the five local management hubs - Sofia, Bucharest, Zagreb, Belgrade, and Kyiv.
The new market will have five production plants and over 8,000 employees.
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