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Pharmaceuticals: Adcock names new executives
Pharmaceuticals: Adcock names new executives

Pharmaceuticals: Adcock names new executives


IOL Business - Jun 14th, 10:19

Pharmaceutical firm Adcock Ingram has appointed Werner van Rensburg as its chief operations officer, and Doreen Kosi has been confirmed as the government relations executive. 

The placements come after Adcock recently restructured its management profile at a time when it is discussing a number of unsolicited offers for all or part of the firm.

Van Rensburg, who has extensive experience in supply chain management, operations and finance, joined Adcock earlier this month.

Kosi, who has 16 years’ experience in the public service, joined the health-care firm early last month. She previously worked as an administrator at the national Department of Education and a chief director in the deputy president’s office. © Independent On-line 2013. All rights reserved  

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