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Pioneer Foods appoints new CEO

Feb 22 2013 12:23
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Johannesburg - Pioneer Food Group [JSE:PFG] on Friday announced the appointment of Phil Roux as its chief executive officer‚ replacing Andre Hanekom who steps down after more than 25 years with the company.

Roux (48)‚ who takes over from May 1‚ is currently the business executive: consumer brands at Tiger Brands [JSE:TBS].

Pioneer Foods Chairman Zithulele KK Combi said: “We are indeed fortunate to welcome Phil to Pioneer Foods as chief executive‚ knowing that his skills and expertise will contribute to the further growth and development of our business to capitalise on our exciting inherent value.” 

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