Dmitry Gorshunov resigned from Bunge Ukraine's General Manager

Dmitry Gorshunov
Dmitry Gorshunov
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Dmitry Gorshunov resigned from Bunge Ukraine's General Manager. This was confirmed to by the company's press service.

"Bunge confirms that Dmitry Gorshunov, General Manager of Bunge Ukraine, is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities. The company also confirms the importance of its presence in Ukraine and will continue focusing on providing services to its customers. The new management structure is currently being finalized," commented the press service of the company.

As noted in the company's corporate newsletter, this decision was taken as a result of organization changes and defining Bunge's value chain structure.

"Dmitry Gorshunov joined Bunge in 2006 in Russia as Agribusiness Director. He relocated to Ukraine in 2007 as General Manager for Bunge Ukraine and later Ukraine and Black Sea Grains. Dmitry has led the team through many changes and led the business through significant growth over these years including the most recent Nikolayev port terminal and crushing plant," the official statement says.

Previously reported, Bogdan Kostetsky was appointed Commercial Manager Grains and Oilseeds at Bunge Ukraine and Russia effective June 20th.

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