POLAND/RUSSIA: Russian Standard recruits former Coca-Cola Co exec for CEDC Poland
Russian Standard has appointed a president for CEDC's Polish operations
Russian Standard has appointed a president for the Polish operations of recently-acquired Central European Distribution Corp.
The company, which is owned by Roust Trading, said earlier today (22 August) that Monzer Elabrashy will fill the role. When contacted by just-drinks, a spokesperson for Roust declined to detail if the position is newly-created or if Elabrashy is replacing anyone.
“Monzer’s domestic and international experience are well-suited for our Polish business, and we are confident he will lead the company successfully in Poland,” said CEDC's CEO, Grant Winterton.
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