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New Chief For Tulip UK

New Chief For Tulip UK
February 27
10:33 2013

Tulip has confirmed the appointment of Chris Thomas to the role of chief executive of its UK operation with effect from May 15th, 2013. Part of Danish Crown, one of Europe’s largest meat companies, Tulip has 18 manufacturing sites in the UK and employs approximately 8,000 people.

Chris Thomas, new chief executive of Tulip.

Chris Thomas will join Tulip from Adelie Foods where, in the position of chief executive since 2009, he has been instrumental in establishing Adelie as one of the UK’s leading food to go businesses, supplying the retail, coffee shop, travel and contract catering sectors. Before joining Adelie, Chris Thomas held senior management positions with businesses including Mars, PepsiCo, St Ivel and, most recently, as managing director at Bakkavor, during which time he has gained a broad wealth of experience across a range of disciplines including R&D, supply chain, commercial and operations.

Chris Thomas will replace Tulip current chief executive and chairman Flemming Enevoldsen, who will relocate back toDenmark at the beginning of July where he will continue to work with the Danish Crown Group as chairman of Tulip and chief executive of DC Foods, which includes the four processing companies within the Danish Crown Group.

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