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CEMEX announce organizational changes

Jaime Muguiro Dominguez

Company rotates number of senior management positions to strengthen diversity of experience and knowledge

CEMEX have announced a number of changes to their senior level organization, effective 1 September 2019, which will allow the company to manage its business more effectively.

Jaime Muguiro Dominguez (pictured), current president of CEMEX South, Central America and the Caribbean, and managing director and chief executive officer of CEMEX Latam Holdings (CLH), has been appointed as president of CEMEX USA.

Jesus V. Gonzalez Herrera, current CEMEX executive vice-president of sustainability and operations development, has been appointed as president of CEMEX South, Central America and the Caribbean. In addition, on 6 August 2019, Mr Gonzalez was appointed as chief executive officer of CLH.

Juan Romero Torres, current executive vice-president of global commercial development, has been appointed as executive vice-president of sustainability, commercial and operations development.

This new role combines Mr Romero’s current responsibilities with those of the executive vice-presidency of sustainability and operations development, which include the health and safety, operations and technology, energy, procurement, sustainability, and research and development areas.

Commenting on the changes, CEMEX chief executive officer Fernando A. González said: ‘CEMEX’s management team has a track record of operating businesses in our value chain in emerging and developed economies. By rotating managers from one position to another, we can strengthen the diversity of our experience and knowledge, allowing the company to manage its business more effectively.’

Mr González added: ‘I would also like to thank our current president of CEMEX USA, Ignacio Madridejos, for his 23 years of service and wish him success in his new endeavour.’

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