Cemex has announced a number of changes to its senior level organisation in a bid to strengthen the capabilities of its executive committee. These changes will be effective from 1 February.
Juan Romero Torres, current president of Cemex Mexico, has been appointed executive vice president of global commercial development. In his role, Torres is to capitalise on Cemex’s progress in its customer centricity strategy, providing it with a formal structure that will allow new opportunities to add value to customers and markets.
Ricardo Naya Barba, current president of Cemex Colombia, has been named president of Cemex Mexico.
Jaime Gerardo Elizondo Chapa, current president of Cemex Europe, has been appointed executive vice president of global supply chain development. He will work to develop the company’s supply chain capabilities to gain additional efficiencies in end-to-end operations.
Sergio Mauricio Menendez Medina, current distribution channel vice president for Cemex Mexico, has been named president of Cemex Europe.
All other regional presidents and executive vice presidents have been ratified in their positions.
Fernando A. Gonzalez, chief executive officer of Cemex, says: “Strengthening capabilities and experiences in our executive committee has been priority as we evolve Cemex to continue making progress towards our business priorities and capitalising on new opportunities.”