UKRAINE: SUN Interbrew fires executive - report

By | 16 August 2006

SUN Interbrew has reportedly fired one of its executives in the Ukraine.

The InBev unit dismissed national director for procurement Kostiantyn Pletenetskyi for cancelling a labour agreement, the Ukrainian News agency said yesterday (15 August).

Pletenetskyi was reported to have held the job since 2002. Officials at SUN Interbrew's office in Kiev could not be reached for comment when contacted by just-drinks today.

Sun Interbrew sells a stable of brands in the Ukraine including Stella Artois, Beck's and Staropramen, as well as domestic brands including Chernihivske, Rohan and Yantar.

Sectors: Beer & cider

Companies: Interbrew

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