Ronald Kers

Ronald Klaas Otto Kers
Born (1969-07-07)7 July 1969
Nationality Dutch
Known for CEO, Müller (company)

Ronald Klaas Otto Kers[1] (born 7 July 1969) is a Dutch businessman, and the Chief Executive of Müller (company), based in Fischach, Bavaria. Müller has around 21,000 employees, and around a 5 billion turnover.

Early life

He went to school in Naaldwijk in South Holland. He did an MBA at Schulich School of Business.



He started with P&G in 1995.


He joined Nestlé in 2004.


He became Chief Executive of Müller UK in 2012, later Chief Executive of the worldwide company in 2015, which was announced in July 2014.[2] Müller UK is the biggest manufacturer of yoghurts in the UK. In June, 2015, Kers had brokered a deal which would give Müller control of about one-quarter of the milk produced in the United Kingdom.[3][4]

Personal life

Although the head of a main German multi-national company, he lives in Cheshire. He has 3 children: Rami, Dani and Roy.


  1. Companies House
  2. Julia Glotz (1 July 2014), "Müller UK boss Ronald Kers promoted to group CEO", William Reed Business Media Ltd., archived from the original on 5 May 2016, retrieved 5 May 2016
  3. "Muller's £80m dairy deal moves a step closer", Shropshire Star, 28 June 2015, archived from the original on 1 July 2015, retrieved 5 May 2016
  4. Mark Astley (19 October 2015), "Müller given CMA go-ahead to complete £80m Dairy Crest deal", Dairy Reporter/William Reed Business Media Ltd., archived from the original on 22 October 2015, retrieved 5 May 2016
Business positions
Preceded by
Heiner Kamps
Chief Executive of Müller
January 2015 -
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Chief Executive of Müller UK and Ireland Group
January 2012 - December 2014
Succeeded by

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