MORGES, SWITZERLAND — Solaris Commodities, a Switzerland-based grain trading company, has made an executive change by splitting its leadership roles between Pedro Nonay and Swithun Still, Reuters reported.

Still will remain the head of marketing in charge of trade while Nonay will focus on developing the, “company’s strategy in trading physical grain and securities for Russian and foreign grain,” Reuters said.

Solaris was established in December 2011 with its main office in Lausanne, Switzerland. In 2014 the office moved to Morges, near Lausanne. The company is involved in the international trade of agricultural commodities: milling wheat, feed barley, corn, oilseeds, peas and other products.