MALAYSIA/AFRICA: Nestle appoints regional chiefs
Nestlé (Malaysia) Berhad has appointed Peter Vogt as managing director of the Malaysia/Singapore region.
Vogt is currently president, director and market head of Nestlé Indonesia.
He replaces Sullivan O'Corroll, who will be transferred to head up Nestlé's South African Region.
O'Corroll will remain in his post until 15 September and Vogt will take up his new role on 16 September.
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