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Belgian Tine Snels to lead ingredients division at FrieslandCampina

Belgian Tine Snels to lead ingredients division at FrieslandCampina

Dutch dairy giant FrieslandCampina has appointed Belgian Tine Snels as the new general maanger of its Ingredients division, worth 2.3 billion euro and employing 3,000 people.

Plenty of position changes

45 years old Snels currently is FrieslandCampina Kievit's manager, a branch within the Ingredients division. On 1 June, she will take Roelof Joosten's place, who will become the company's CEO after Cees 't Hart moved to Carlsberg, the fourth largest beer brewer in the world, where he will become CEO as well.


The Ingredients division which Snels will lead is worth a fifth of the group's total turnover, 2.3 billion euro out of 11.3 billion euro and has branches in 11 countries worldwide.

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