Heineken has announced that Dolf van den Brink assumed office as the CEO and chairman of the executive board of the company on 1 June.
He has been a part of the company for 22-years and succeeds Jean-François van Boxmeer in the role.
Most recently, van den Brink served as the head of the company’s Asia Pacific division.
He has been instrumental in building high performing teams in both developed and developing markets
'Building A Bright Future'
Commenting on his new role, van den Brink, said, “I feel humbled and honoured to follow in the footsteps of Jean-Francois van Boxmeer and I look forward to build on his impressive legacy.
“We are living in a time of intense disruption and impact for all of us. I feel deep sympathy, compassion and pride how we all are taking care of each other and adapting to new ways of working. Together with the executive team, I am confident that we will successfully navigate this crisis, while building a bright future.”
In February of this year, the brewer announced his appointment as a successor to van Boxmeer.