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Inge Demeyere appointed in the Board of Directors of Miko NV

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TURNHOUT, Belgium – Miko N.V., the Euronext Brussels listed specialist in coffee service and plastic packaging, announced today that Mrs Inge Demeyere has been appointed as a member of its Board of Directors. Inge Demeyere (born in 1970) is a business leader with extensive international experience in purchasing, product-line management and supply chain.

Following six years as Purchasing Manager with Vandemoortele, Inge Demeyere held various management positions over a 15-year period with the oil and fats division and the cocoa and chocolate division of multinational Cargill.

Inge Demeyere has been Managing Director of Cargill Cocoa & Chocolate since August 2014, responsible both for Cargill’s European chocolate business and the organisation’s international gourmet activities.

She earned a master’s degree in Applied Economics at the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium) and completed her studies by following postgraduate management courses at the Vlerick Business School (Belgium).

Miko N.V. would like express its thanks to Mrs Demeyere for taking on this director’s role, and wishes her every success.

About Miko

Miko has been active in coffee service for over 200 years and in plastic packaging for some 45 years now, and was floated on Euronext Brussels in 1998. Miko follows a “two-pillar strategy” in which its core activities – coffee service and plastic packaging – are practically independent entities with their own management, so that each activity can follow its own growth path.


The Group posted a turnover of EUR 210 million in 2018, with the coffee service and plastics processing division accounting for respectively 53 % and 47 % of this figure. Miko is an international group with companies in Belgium, France, UK, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Indonesia and Australia.


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