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Thu Jun 5, 2014 09:30 AM CDT

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- Mark Beemer was promoted to president and CEO of Aventine Renewable Energy Holdings Inc., an ethanol producer based in Pekin, Ill., the company said in a news release Thursday, June 5.

He joined the company as acting president in 2012, with responsibilities encompassing corporate turnaround and leadership, strategic planning, capital expenditures, and implementing revenue initiatives through commodity risk management and disciplined financial management.

A 25-year veteran of the grain and agriculture processing industry, Beemer has built a reputation and track record as a turnaround manager and C-suite business consultant. Recently he has consulted extensively with AlixPartners ...

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