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LafargeHolcim appoints new Senior Vice President

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LafargeHolcim has announced that Kristin Beck has been appointed as the Senior Vice President of Supply Chain for the US. Beck brings with her 23 years of experience in global supply chain and transportation management.

Beck will join LafargeHolcim from Dow Chemical Company, where she has served as Director of North American Road Logistics since 2014. Before this, she held roles of increasing responsibility, including Programme Manager of Logistics at Insight Corporation and Senior Account Leader at Schneider Logistics.

Beck holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial science from Central Michigan University and is a certified Six-Sigma Green Belt. She also holds certifications as QS/ISO Quality Manager, Internal and External Auditor from the European Quality Association, and Apollo Root Cause Analysis from Effective Problem Solving LLC.

She is also a member of the American Chemistry Council and TRANSCEAER®, a voluntary national outreach effort that focuses on assisting communities to prepare for and respond to possible hazardous material transportation incidents. She has served as a conference speaker for organisations, as well as for Truckers Against Trafficking Industry, at the Dow Chemical Annual Core Carrier Conference, and at the Dow Chemical Annual Safety Director Conference.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/11012019/lafargeholcim-appoints-new-senior-vice-president/

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