As part of its objective to continue to make its operations in Nigeria competitive, lucrative, and sustainable Unilever has actually declared its dedication to reinforcing its operations in Africa’s most significant economy.
The FMCG just recently revealed a modification in its organization design to speed up development and sustain success while improving its capability to fulfill customer requirements throughout the nation.
The 100-year-old durable goods business will repurpose its portfolio while putting in location procedures to make business more effective and suitable for the future.
“All business require to adjust to altering market situations and now is the correct time for us to rearrange Unilever Nigeria Plc. to much better satisfy the requirements of our customers, investors, and staff members,” Carl Cruz, the business’s handling director stated in a declaration.
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“We are a really Nigerian company and the earliest serving maker in the nation.
“By making these modifications, we will let loose the continual and rewarding development we require to be here for the next 100 years too.”
Cruz kept in mind that Unilever is repurposing its portfolio by slowly leaving 2 classifications, house care and skin cleaning, impacting just 3 brand names (OMO, Sunlight and Lux).
According to him, the business is much better poised to drive the rest of its brand name portfolio for development into the future and reinforce organization operations with procedures to digitize and streamline procedures.