Alexander Masharov nominated for appointment as CEO of Cakba

AMSTERDAM: Cabka N.V., a company specialized in transforming hard to recycle plastic waste into innovative Reusable Transport Packaging (RTP), listed at Euronext Amsterdam, announced that its Supervisory Board will nominate Alexander Masharov for appointment by the shareholders of Cabka as member of the Management Board and Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

If appointed, Alexander will succeed Tim Litjens, who announced in March 2024 his intention to step down and leave Cabka by the end of the third quarter 2024. An Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders shall be convened in due course to resolve on the appointment.

If appointed, Alexander Masharov will join Cabka NV as of 1 August 2024 to allow for a seamless CEO succession. Cabka’s strategic goals remain unchanged, and it is on target to deliver on its commitments.

Alexander Masharov stated: “I am truly excited to join the Cabka team, where passion for innovation fuels dedication to sustainability. Together we will advance our ESG goals and continue our commitment to recycling, creating meaningful value for our employees, customers and shareholders, and a healthier planet for future generations.”

Niek Hoek, chairman of the Supervisory Board commented: “We are delighted to welcome Alexander Masharov as our new CEO. Alexander is a dynamic, values-driven business leader who has a diverse background of experiences and expertise in global sales and plastics manufacturing. The Board looks forward to Alexander realizing the full potential of Cabka as a professional and innovative market leader in sustainable RTP, which delivers long-term growth and value for all its stakeholders.”

Alexander Masharov is of Israeli nationality and joins Cabka from B&C International, a fully owned subsidiary of Spring Windows Fashion, backed by Clearlake Private Equity, for which he served as CEO. From 2013 to 2023 he held Managing Director roles within the KETER Group, a global FMCG plastics manufacturing company. Before joining Keter, Alexander worked as COO of BytPlast, where he oversaw Production, Warehouse & Operations.

Alexander holds a Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering & Information Systems from the Technion Institute of Technology in Israel. He completed his MBA at the University of Haifa.

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