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Aggregate Industries announces new Managing Director

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Aggregate Industries, based in Bardon Hill, Leicestershire, in the UK, has appointed Pablo Libreros as Managing Director of its aggregates division.

Libreros joined Aggregate Industries in 2017 as Director of Growth and Innovation from the LafargeHolcim Group, where he was previously CEO for the Costa Rica business. His previous experience also extends to sustainability, most notably as the advisor to the Minister of Sustainable Development in Paris. This will help to ensure that sustainability is at the core of Aggregate Industries' business principles and processes.

“Utilising Pablo’s wealth of strategic and operational expertise and experience of industry innovation, we will ensure our aggregates division remains one of the safest, most customer-focused businesses in the industry”, said François Pétry, CEO at Aggregate Industries.

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