Eyal Malis appointed Deputy CEO of Tnuva Group

  • Dr. Shmuel Even, Chairman of the Board of Tnuva: "The appointment reflects the high regard of the Management Committee of Malis’ capabilities in helping the Group to develop and meet its objectives"
  • 05-09-2012

Arik Schor, Tnuva CEO: "The Tnuva Group is taking various steps to help us prepare for the many challenges facing us. The appointment of Malis as Deputy CEO of Tnuva will allow the Group to use his vast experience in issues related to the entire Group".

Tnuva's Management Committee, headed by Dr. Shmuel Even, confirmed last week the appointment of Eyal Malis as Deputy CEO of the Group, in addition to his role as CEO of the dairy concern.

Eyal Malis has served for about five years as CEO of the Tnuva dairy concern. Previously he held senior management positions at Hogla-Kimberly Co. and served as Deputy CEO and Manager of the "Home Products Division" and the "Supply Chain Division". Malis has served for the last year and a half as Chairman of the Marketing Association.

Dr. Even said that the appointment of Eyal Malis is an important contribution to the coherent management team of the Tnuva Group and that the appointment reflects the high regard of the Management Committee of Malis’ capabilities in helping the Group to develop and meet its objectives.

Group CEO Arik Schor said on the appointment, “The Tnuva Group is taking various steps to help us prepare for the many challenges facing us. As part of these activities, Group operations are focused on Tnuva's core business, a brand concern and a commodities concern were set up while regulating their activities, and steps have been taken and will be taken for adapting and focusing at Group headquarters and in the various units. The appointment of Malis as Deputy CEO of Tnuva will allow the Group to use his vast experience as CEO of the milk concern over the last five years in issues related to the entire Group" and its readiness to deal with the challenges ahead.

“Tnuva Group performs different actions to help us prepare for the many challenges facing us. The appointment of Deputy CEO Malis Tnuva will allow the Group to use his extensive experience as CEO of dairy concern past five years issues related to the entire group and its readiness for the challenges ahead. "

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