MILK LINK has announced plans to streamline its corporate structure and cut costs in what it is trumpeting as a new focus on growth.
The dairy co-operative, which handles 2bn litres of milk a year, is grouping its cheese and Moo branded drink production into a food service and retail division.
It hopes to eliminate the costly duplication of work under Milk Link Beverages and The Cheese Company.
The wholesale milk operation will be grouped with the ingredients unit into a business to business focused arm.
Chief executive Barry Nicholls said: “Since its inception in 2000, Milk Link has achieved tremendous growth.
“Our new organisational structure will, I believe, be a catalyst for further growth, deliver increased efficiencies and allow us to be ever more customer focused.”