Press release (embargoed until 5:40pm CEST on December 28, 2022).
Miko takes over Belgium’s outdoor activities
from bayers coffee
28.12.2022 – Miko, a coffee services specialist listed on Euronext Brussels, today announced that it will take over the Belgian out-of-home activities of fellow coffee roaster Beyers.
Beyers Koffie was founded in Antwerp in 1880 and has grown to become one of Europe’s leading private label coffee roasters. Beyers Koffie operates farm-to-consumer, has two production facilities and employs a total of 180 people in five different countries. Today, he is part of one of the world’s largest farm-to-roaster coffee companies, Sucafina.
Miko, along with three sales executives, will take over the assets of the customer and home business units. This ensures continuity of customer relationships and services. Turnover reaches her 2 million euros.
Beyers CEO Cory Bush reports: We will reach out to Miko so that we can focus on strengthening and growing our core activities in the future. We believe this will enable the companies to better serve their primary customer bases in the long term. ”
Miko Group CEO Frans Van Tilborg added: We have developed a very extensive service infrastructure and sales, logistics, engineering and after-sales network. This allows us to efficiently integrate the activities of our colleagues Bayers and provide exceptional service to our customers. ”
Miko has been in the coffee service for over 200 years and was listed on Euronext Brussels in 1998. Miko is an international group with companies in Belgium, France, Great Britain, Holland, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Poland and the Czech Republic. Republic, Slovakia, Australia.
For more information, please contact:
Frans Van Tilborg at +32 (0) 499-03.70.84.
Corey Bush +32 (0)484-22.21.12.
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Miko’s website: www.mikocoffee.com