Cargill appoints new leader for ocean transportation

by World Grain Staff
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GENEVA, SWITZERLAND — On March 1, Jan Dieleman assumed the leadership of Cargill’s Ocean Transportation business with its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. Dieleman took over the position from Roger Janson, who has managed the business since 2011 and who will pursue a new role as the head of Cargill’s Agricultural Supply Chain enterprise in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region.

Dieleman is moving to the position after leading Cargill’s North America Power and Gas business since 2014. After joining the company in 1999, he has gained his expertise working in various roles in grain products and freight trading as well as thermal energy.

“I am looking forward to working with our global team to continue growing our business and providing the first-class service and solutions that make our customers successful despite the challenging times on the freight markets,” said Dieleman.

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