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Nestle Opens Shared Service Centre in Ukraine

Nestle Opens Shared Service Centre in Ukraine
July 05
10:44 2011

Nestle has officially opened its Shared Business Service Centre in L’viv, Ukraine. The centre will provide standard and cost-effective internal financial and employee services to Nestle operating companies in more than 20 countries in Central and Eastern Europe.

As the fifth centre of its kind set up by Nestle since 2006, Ukraine joins Brazil, the Philippines, Ghana, and a satellite centre in Egypt, in providing a single location from which to complete specific activities such as employee payroll and invoicing.

Already fully serving Nestle in the Ukraine and Russia, the L’viv centre will soon support its operating companies in Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

By 2012 it will also support Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Greece and the Adriatic markets, which include Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia.

Nestle started its operations in the Ukraine in December 1994 with an office in Kyiv. Today, the company employs approximately 4,500 people and operates four factories, nine sales offices, two distribution centres and the Nestle Business Service Centre. The company manufactures a wide range of products which include: culinary (through the locally acquired brands Torchyn and Mivina), Beverages (Nescafe and Nesquik brands) and confectionery (Svitoch and international countline brands – Kit Kat, Nuts, Nesquik and Lion).

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Laurent Freixe, executive vice president of Nestle and head of Zone Europe.

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