BELGIUM: European Federation of Bottled Waters elects president
The European Federation of Bottled Waters (EFBW) has confirmed the re-election of its current president.
The Brussels-based trade association said late yesterday (10 July) that Hubert Genieys, the senior VP of corporate communications and sponsoring at Nestlé Waters, will continue in the role for a further two years. The appointment marks Genieys' second term in the position.
His appointment was confirmed at the federation's AGM late last month in Berlin. Other members of the executive committee include Ettore Fortuna, president of Mineracqua, Marc du Bois, CEO of Spadel, and Francisco Vallejo, president of ANEABE.
Genieys joined Perrier in 1992 and has worked for Nestlé's waters division, based in France, since 2009.
The EFBW represents around 600 producers of bottled water across Europe.
To read the organisation's official announcement, click here.
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