Mexico: Cemex has made a series of changes its senior level organisation with changes to the heads of its operations in the US and its South, Central America and the Caribbean region. These personnel changes will come into effect from 1 September 2019.
Jaime Muguiro Dominguez, the current president of Cemex South, Central America and the Caribbean, and managing director and chief executive officer (CEO) of Cemex Latam Holdings (CLH), has been appointed president of Cemex USA. He succeeds Ignacio Madridejos who had held the role since late 2015. Madridejos will leave Cemex to become the CEO of Ferrovial, a Spanish infrastructure development company.
Jesus V Gonzalez Herrera, current Cemex Executive Vice President of Sustainability and Operations Development, has been appointed president of Cemex South, Central America and the Caribbean. In addition, on 6 August 2019, Gonzalez was appointed CEO of CLH by the board of directors of CLH.
Juan Romero Torres, currently the Executive Vice President of Global Commercial Development, has been appointed Executive Vice President of Sustainability, Commercial and Operations Development. This new role combines Romero’s current responsibilities with those of the Executive Vice Presidency of Sustainability and Operations Development, which include the Health & Safety, Operations and Technology, Energy, Procurement, Sustainability and Research & Development areas.