Alvo's managing director Etienne Vanbosseghem will retire

Alvo's managing director Etienne Vanbosseghem will retire

On 1 January 2015, Alvo's managing director (Etienne Vanbosseghem) will retire, while Jan Pelgrims (currently at Colruyt - Spar Retail) will succeed him.

It will be the end of an era, as Etienne has been with the company for 30 years as its managing director. He has helped build Alvo into the large company it is now, collaborating with Colruyt nowadays.

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