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Holcim Philippines appoints new President and CEO

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John Stull has been appointed the new President and CEO of Holcim Philippines after the resignation of its current Director, CEO, and President, Sapna Sood.

Holcim Philippines appoints new President and CEO

"John Stull is an accomplished leader with deep expertise in the building materials industry, both in mature and emerging markets," said Tomas Alcantara, Chairman of the Board of Holcim Philippines. "He has been instrumental in the successful development of LafargeHolcim's US business over many years". "On behalf of the Board, I would like to thank Sopna Sood for her contribution in leading the business in a challenging commercial environment", Alcantara continues.

Stull has been responsible for LafargeHolcim US since 2015, overseeing all cement product lines, approximately 3,200 employees, more than 100 cement terminals, and 13 cement and grinding plants.

"I am delighted to join Holcim Philippines at this exciting but challenging time", stated John Stull on his new appointment. "As the market adapts and becomes faster paced, the company needs to be well positioned to play a key role in the future development of the country with innovative and customer-focused solutions. I look forward to building on our already strong foundation and reinforcing Holcim as the leading building materials company in the Philippines."

Stull's new appointment was also accompanied by other changes to the Board of Directors. Following the resignation of Daniel Bach as a Director, the Board has appointed Mario Gross, CEO of LafargeHolcim in Malaysia and Singapore as a non-executive Director.

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