Cemex Philippines’ Mexican boss replaced after five years
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Cemex Philippines’ Mexican boss replaced after five years

World’s fifth-largest cement maker Cemex is shaking up its Philippine subsidiary.

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Cemex Holdings Philippines (CHP) announced that its president and CEO Ignacio Alejandro Mijares Elizondo is stepping down on June 1.

The 47-year old Mexican, who has been head of CHP since 2017, has been deployed as corporate strategic planning head in Monterrey, Mexico.

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Under Elizondo’s watch, CHP posted a net loss of P970 million in his first full year as CEO in 2018. CHP bounced back to a P1.279 billion profit in 2019 but it has been on a downtrend during the pandemic – P985 million in 2020 and P725 million in 2021.

CHP also suffered $88 million in losses due to the four-year delay in the expansion of its Solid Cement plant in Antipolo.

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He will be replaced by Luis Guillermo Franco Carrillo who is the current builders segment vice president for CEMEX Mexico.

 

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