ISRAEL: Osem-Nestlé undergoes restructuring - MEMBERS
Osem-Nestlé Israel is undergoing reorganisation in view of the company's rapid growth in the last seven years. According to a report in Yediot Ahronot, the most significant change is the appointment of Gezy Kapan, president of the Tivall Group, as a vice president of Osem-Nestlé Israel, responsible for Osem's subsidiaries. The change includes the appointment of two additional vice presidents, one of them "on loan" from Nestlé International.
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