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Aggregate Industries appoints new Growth and Innovation Director

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Aggregate Industries has appointed Pablo Liberos as its new Growth and Innovation Director, as part of its ongoing commitment to being the foremost business in the construction products industry.

Pablo has vast experience in the industry and has joined Aggregate Industries after having worked within LafargeHolcim Group, South America, for the past six years. Most recently, Pablo occupied the role of CEO for the Group’s Costa Rica business. Prior to this he held various senior roles, including Logistic Director and Supply Chain Director within the business’ Brazil division.

Pablo has worked in a number of ecological public sector positions in Paris, most notably as advisor to the Minister for sustainable development in France. This experience will be invaluable in ensuring that sustainability is at the core of Aggregate Industries activities and processes.

In his new role, Pablo will be responsible for developing, recommending and delivering growth and innovation opportunities for the business, thus cementing its position as the industry forerunner. Key to this will be facilitating a greater cross promotion of products, not only in terms of the UK business but also within activities at Group level, in order to provide customers with the most comprehensive offer in the market.

François Petry, Aggregate Industries’ Chief Executive Officer, commented: “I am proud of the way Aggregate Industries has risen to the challenges presented by the market over the last few years. Innovation, sustainability and customer service have been a key factor in that. I believe that this role is an enabler for our company to reach that core position within the construction industry and transform our commercial approach, by driving customer growth and centricity. I look forward to working with Pablo to place Aggregate Industries at the heart of construction.”

Pablo added: “These are incredibly exciting times for Aggregate Industries. The company’s culture of research and innovation is what distinguishes us from the rest of the market, and I'm looking forward to driving the business forward into a new chapter of growth and innovation in the UK.”

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