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Muller Dairy UK to Cut Workforce

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Muller Dairy UK to Cut Workforce

Muller Dairy UK to Cut Workforce
December 01
12:35 2011

Muller Dairy UK is cutting 55 jobs across it British and Irish operations with the majority being shed at the company’s factory at Market Drayton inShropshire, where 750 people are currently employed. Part of German dairy group Theo Muller, the UK business produces yoghurt and other dairy products.

 

Muller Dairy UK recently launched its biggest ever marketing campaign. However, marketing manager Lee Rolston recently left the company after just over a year in the post. Meanwhile, chief executive Gharry Eccles departed last month, and is being replaced by Ronald Kers, former chief executive of Nestle’s Austrian and Slovenian business.

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