Raw Material: seats’ turnover is high. New ceo for Marfrig, while BRF changes cfo

Marfrig Global Foods has a new ceo. The Brazilian group, second in the world for meat production, has entrusted the ceo position to Eduardo Miron. The manager was nominated on Monday to succeed Martín Secco, who had been in the position since 2015. Miron isn’t a new face for Marfrig, having started to work in the company in 2010, and later becoming the cfo in 2016. Miron had worked for Grupo Safra and Cargill, covering chief-officer type roles in both companies. “The decision highlights our effort to create a financially and operationally sustainable Marfrig – says Marfrig’s president Marcos Molina Dos Santos -. Miron closely followed the recent strategic decisions made by the company, like the acquisition of National Beef and the sale of Keystone to Tyson Foods”. Meanwhile, BRF also changed an important figure in the company. Brazilian BRF, second in size in Brazil to JBS, has announced its new chief financial & investor relations officer, Elcio Ito, who goes to cover the role previously held by Lorival Luz. Mr. Ito started in BRT in 2011, and then covered the role of Chief Financial Officer for 6 months in 2017. Leonardo Dall’Orto, whom entered in 2011leaves its seat as chief industrial officer and takes that of chief integrated planning officer. And lastly, Rubens Pereira, manager with 20 years of experience in major consulting agencies, will become the new strategy, management & innovation officer.


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