Nestle gets new MD as Ghordhon steps down

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The management of Nestle Nigeria Plc has announced the resignation of Mr. DharneshGhordhon as the Managing Director of its company and has appointed Mr. Maurico Alarcon as his replacement effective from 1st October 2016.

According to a statement released by the company on Thursday and signed by its Company secretary and Legal Adviser Bode Ayeku, MrDharneshGhordhon’s resignation is due to his transfer to Nestle Indonesia.

The statement said “The Board accepted his resignation and thanked him for his contributions to the growth of the Company since his appointment in June 2013.

MrMaurico Alarcon joined Nestle Mexico in 1999. Following a number of Sales and Marketing assignments in the Ice Cream business in Mexico, inclusing Marketing Advisor at the Ice Cream Strategic Business Unit in Switzerland, he was appointed as the Marketing Manager for the Ice Cream business in Australia.

In 2010, he joined Nestle Egypt as Business Executive Manager, Ice Cream, where his dynamism played a key role in transforming the business. Under his leadership, the Ice Cream business turnover in Nestle Egypt more than doubled and the profitability improved in a challenging environment.

Mr. Maurico Alarcon drove a strong turnaround of the business in Nestle Cote d’Ivoire from 2014 through his engaging leadership style by driving strong top line growth. In his recently expanded role as the Managing Director of Nestle Atlantic Cluster (covering Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal, Guinea, Gambia, Mauritania and Cape Vert,) he has effectively led the new Cluster.”

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