G. Willi-Food International Ltd., a global company that specializes in the development, marketing and international distribution of kosher foods, announced today that Mr. Tim Cranko submitted a letter of resignation as CEO of the Company for personal reasons, effective as of December 31, 2017.
The Company’s Board of Directors thanked Mr. Cranko for his services and wish him success in his future endeavors.
The Company expects to appoint a new CEO to replace Mr. Cranko in the near future.
Source: G. Willi-Food International
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