ROLAND VAN BOMMEL JOINS AMBER BEVERAGE GROUP AS NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Rapidly growing spirits producer, distributor, logistics provider and retailer of beverages, Amber Beverage Group (ABG), announces the appointment of Roland van Bommel as the company’s new non-executive director. He will be joining the team of experienced beverage experts that are led by the ABG Supervisory Board’s Chairman Mark Garber.


Roland van Bommel is currently a non-executive director of Asahi Beverages Oceania, part of the Tokyo-based Asahi Group Holdings Ltd. In the past he held the position of Chairman of the Board of Managers of WhistlePig LLC, producer of super premium rye whisky, Chief Executive Officer for William Grant & Sons Ltd and Chief Executive of Maxxium Worldwide.

 

Roland has extensive CEO experience globally in the beverage industry as well as in the fast moving goods sector. He has pursued a governance career since 2010 and has significant experience as a Director and as a Senior Executive with some large world-wide corporations.

 

“Roland’s experience as CEO of Maxxium and William Grant & Sons is of great value to us. He has successfully created route to markets and developed brands like Sailor Jerry and Hendrick’s. Roland was invaluable to WhistlePig as the company worked to build a super-premium whiskey business over the last decade,” said Mark Garber, Chairman of the ABG Supervisory Board.

 

“I am very happy to be joining the ABG Board and to be working with such an outstanding and dynamic team. Amber Beverage Group is well positioned in a number of areas in the wine and spirits industry where I believe my experience can be helpful, as we set our sights on continued growth and expansion,” said Roland van Bommel, the company’s new non-executive director.

 

Amber Beverage Group is a leading producer, distributor, logistics provider and retailer of beverages. It operates internationally from its head office in Luxembourg and through its production and distribution companies in Russia, Mexico, the UK, Australia, Austria and the Baltics, its historical home. ABG employs over 2,100 people who help to produce, bottle, market, distribute, export and retail some of the world’s most iconic beverages. ABG has a wholly owned portfolio of over 200 brands that have significant market leading positions in more than 185 markets where ABG is active.