Nestle Nigeria Salary Structure 2019
Nestle Nigeria Salary Structure 2019 : See How Much Nestle Pay Workers: Do you want to know what is Nestle Salary structure and how they pay their workers? Here’s the latest information about Nestle Nigeria Salary Structure. Read below to get more details.
Before we move on to the Nestle Nigeria salary structure properly, I’m going to make a brief introduction and to let you know that this post will contain both Salaries of Nestle and FrieslandCampina. So keep an eye close. 🙂
Peak Milk and Milo is arguably one of the most fundamental consumables that is found in probably every household in Nigeria. Both products seems to have complemented each other like a Siamese twins right from the time they were launched in Nigeria. However, as popular as both products may be in Nigeria, many individuals still do not know that they are owned by two separate companies. Though both products are of Switzerland origin, they are however produced by two different companies in Nigeria – FrieslandCampina and Nestle respectively.
Nestle Nigeria is the producer of the popular Milo brand. Nestlé is a Swiss multinational food and beverage company headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland. It is the largest food company in the world measured by revenues. Their products include baby food, bottled water, breakfast cereals, coffee and tea, confectionery, dairy products, ice cream, frozen food, pet foods, and snacks. As the Leading Nutrition Health and Wellness Company, they are committed to enhancing People’s lives, everywhere, every day. This also reflects in the salaries of their workers as we can see below.
Below are the salaries of some job positions in Nestle Nigeria;
- Safety Officers earn around #700,000 monthly
- Channel Development Managers earn around #650,000 monthly
- Regional Sales Managers earn around #500,000 monthly
- Head of Marketing earn around #500,000 monthly
- Production Supervisors earn around #400,000 monthly
- Sales Managers earn around #300,000 to #500,000 monthly
- Insurance Officers earn around #250,000 monthly
- Medical Delegates earn around #250,000 monthly
- Field Sales Managers earn around #250,000 monthly
- Warehouse Managers earn around #250,000 monthly
- Graduate Trainees earn around #200,000 monthly
- Nutrition Advisors earn around #187,000 monthly
- Operations Officers earn around #150,000 monthly
- Sales Development Managers earn around #150,000 monthly
- Nursing Officers earn around #130,000 monthly
- Recruitment and Training Officers earn around #120,000 monthly
- Quality Control Managers earn around #100,000 monthly
- Sales Officers earn around #100,000 monthly
- Drivers earn around #100,000 monthly
- Mechanical Engineers earn around #75,000 monthly
- Health Administrative Officers earn around #60,000 monthly
- Account Manager earn around #50,000 monthly
FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria
FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria is the producer of the popular Peak Milk brand. It is a multinational manufacturing company. It is an affiliate of Royal FrieslandCampina of The Netherlands, one of the largest dairy cooperatives in the world. The company has continued to play a leading role in the production, processing, packaging, marketing and distribution of various milk products in Nigeria. With an annual turnover of N121 billion in year 2015 and a market share driven by her key brands, Peak, Three Crowns and Friso, this turnover also reflects in the salaries of their workers as we can see below.
Below are the salaries of some job positions in FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria;
- Brand Communication Managers earn around #380,000 monthly
- Sales Supervisors earn around #350,000 monthly
- Quality Control Officers earn around #270,000 monthly
- Account Receivable Officers earn around #190,000 monthly
- Management Trainees earn around #170,000 monthly
- Forklift Operators earn around #50,000 monthly
- Truck Operators earn around #50,000 monthly
Generally, the Food and Beverage industry of Nigeria seems to have a good salary structure as seen in the salaries above. Their counterparts in the Soft Drinks and Brewing Sectors are not left behind in this.
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