Greenyard Foods announces the departure of its Chief Financial Officer, Koen Sticker, who has decided to embark on a new professional challenge. Koen Sticker will remain in function until 31 July 2016. The search for a successor has been initiated.
Koen Sticker joined the company in 2010 as Head of Business Analysis and PMO at Univeg, and was appointed Corporate Finance Director in 2011. He was promoted to the position of CFO of Univeg in 2013, and became CFO of Greenyard Foods in 2015. In August 2016 he will take up his new function as CFO of Aliaxis.
“I am glad that I could contribute to the Univeg and Greenyard Foods success stories. The group’s entrepreneurial spirit has been most inspiring to me and encourages to push one’s boundaries. The time has come for me to seize a new challenge with another company in a different industry” said Koen Sticker.
Marleen Vaesen, CEO of Greenyard Foods: “We thank Koen for his contribution to the company’s growth and wish him good luck. We will fill the position as soon as possible. We will continue to build Greenyard Foods into a unique global player in fruit and vegetables.”
Source: Fresh Plaza
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