Cellcom Israel appoints new VP sales and service

Cellcom Israel announced that the company’s Board of
Directors has appointed Amos Maor as the company’s vice president of Sales and
Service, effective February 1, 2012.


 Amos Maor is currently serving as the company’s
vice president of Operations and Supply Chain.


“Amos joined the Company 7 years ago in which period
he turned the operations, technical service and supply chain setup to a central
element in turning the Company to the leading Israeli cellular operator. We
place great importance in the promotion of employees within the Company and
Amos’ promotion is a testament of the Company’s appreciation of his
capabilities and professionalism. We wish Amos success in his new position,”
Nir Sztern, next CEO of Cellocom.


Since 2004, Amos Maor had been serving as the
company’s vice president of Operations and Supply Chain. From 2002 to 2004,
Maor served as manager of Supply Chain of Elite Industries, and from 2000 to
2002; he served as manager of Elite’s sales division headquarters.


Few days back,
Cellcom Israel announced that Meir Barav has resigned from the company as its
sales and services vice president, after the tenure of seven years.


Cellcom Israel provides its 3.391 million subscribers
with a range of services including cellular and landline telephony, roaming
services for tourists in Israel and for its subscribers abroad and
additional services in the areas of music, video, mobile office etc.


By Telecomlead.com Team
[email protected]



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