DMK Group: Change in the baby food business field

Tim Meyerhoff will take over the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO).
Bremen, 22 August 2022:
There is a change in the management of the Baby Food business unit at Deutsche Milchkontor (DMK). Tim Meyerhoff (52) will take over the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO) on 15 September 2022. The new manager comes from Fresenius Kabi.

The previous Head of Division, Dr Marc-Alexander Mahl (54), will leave the DMK Group's Business Unit Baby at his own request on 31.10.2022 and will accordingly still be available in an advisory capacity for a transitional period. Meyerhoff comes from Fresenius Kabi, one of the leading providers in the areas of clinical nutrition, infusion therapy, generic drugs and medical products. Mahl also joined from Fresenius Kabi at the end of 2020. He will return to his old employer.

Tim Meyerhoff has been with Fresenius Kabi for over 20 years in various roles. Since 2015, he has been responsible for the Enteral Nutrition Business Unit in Pharma and Medical Devices as Executive Vice President there. Meyerhoff is considered an experienced manager with a strong focus on growth, development of the production network and expansion of the business.

Ingo Müller, CEO of the DMK Group: "We are pleased to have won Tim Meyerhoff for this position. With his experience, he will be able to give the Baby Food Business Unit significant impetus on its way to implementing the realignment we have embarked on. In this context, I would like to thank Marc Mahl. He took over the Baby business unit in a difficult phase and, within the past almost 2 years, significantly repositioned it and aligned it for the future. I wish him all the best for the future." 

Dr Mahl: "The team at Baby can look back on a busy time, which was accompanied by various hardships for each individual. We have picked up the pace and laid the foundation for significantly increasing the value added in the baby food sector in the future with a broad offensive of measures. For private reasons, I have decided to be able to work closer to my family again in the future."

"In the DMK Group's Mission Statement 2030, the Baby BU takes on an important growth role. The first but important cornerstones of the route have been implemented. The tasks that now await me there will enable me to apply my many years of experience in an exciting new working environment. I look forward to soon becoming part of the team at DMK Baby that is driving this remarkably consistent change," Meyerhoff explains.