Brazilian tilapia producer has a new CEO

Edio José Schreiner has been appointed as the new CEO of the cooperative C.Vale.
Edio José Schreiner has been associated with the cooperative for 48 years.

Edio José Schreiner has been associated with the cooperative for 48 years.

C.Vale - Cooperativa Agroindustrial

C.Vale - Cooperativa Agroindustrial has announced the appointment of Edio José Schreiner as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). According to a press release published by the Brazilian cooperative, the announcement was made by the General Director Alfredo Lang.

For 48 years, Schreiner has been part of C.Vale occupying the positions of administrative assistant and Head of the Marketing and Supply Division. He also dealt with commercial supervision, machinery management, spare parts, and accessories.

About C.Vale - Cooperativa Agroindustrial

C. Vale has more than 27 thousand members and around 14.000 employees and is the second largest agricultural cooperative in Brazil. It works in the production of soy, corn, wheat, cassava, milk, pork, fish, and chicken.

Also, it works with supermarkets and agricultural stores in the commercialization of machines and implements, parts and accessories, veterinary products, and the resale of agricultural inputs.

The initial fish slaughterhouse volume is 75 thousand tilapia/day, with a capacity of 150 thousand tilapia/day and the possibility of doubling it. The industry has 10 thousand m² and uses German, Icelandic, and Brazilian technologies to process fish.

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