An Argentinian executive will direct the operations of a Brazilian giant

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An Argentinian executive, Teófilo Lacroze, assumes a very important position in the Raizen group in Brazil after more than eight years to carry out the activities of this group, half Brazilian capital and half Anglo-Dutch Shell in the country.

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Lacroze took over when Juan José Aranguren resigned from the firm and became Mauricio Macri’s energy minister shortly thereafter.

In Argentina, that oil company, which controls Shell gas stations, has its new CEO Andrea Cavallari, a chemical engineer with a long career at Shell, which he joined in 1992.

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Teófilo Lacroze will be the regional CEO of Raízen to lead the mobility activities in Brazil, Argentina and Paraguaywhich includes Grupo Raízen’s fuel, lubricant and specialty product refining and marketing responsibilities, as well as a network of over 8,000 Shell service stations and more than 2,000 Shell Select stores across the three countries.

In this way, Lacroze follows the path of other Argentine executives with outstanding careers in Brazil such as It happened at Volkswagen and various auto parts.

Andrés Cavallari will report to Teófilo Lacroze in his new regional position, who will continue to report to Grupo Raízen CEO, Ricardo Mussa. shell seasons they have a 20% market share in Argentina.

Raízen Argentina was born in 2018, from the acquisition of Raízen, from the service station business of Shell Argentina. Its majority shareholders They are Shell and the Cosan group from Brazil.

Among its assets are the Buenos Aires refinery, located in Dock Sud, the lubricants plant, located in Barracas, the network of more than 860 service stations, the marine fuel, aviation fuel, asphalt, chemicals and specialties as well as supplies and distribution business.

The Cosan group is one of world leaders in the production of ethanol, sugar, biofuels and electricity, as well as being a large owner of agricultural establishments.

Source: Clarin

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