|Jaime Muguiro Dominguez|
A routine shuffling of the Cemex S.A.B. de C.V. C-suite will see Jaime Muguiro Dominguez, president of South, Central America and the Caribbean, transition this month to the post of Cemex USA president, succeeding 23-year company veteran Ignacio Madridejos. Replacing Dominguez will be Cemex Executive Vice President of Sustainability and Operations Development Jesus Gonzalez. His successor, Executive Vice President of Global Commercial Development Juan Romero Torres, will maintain his present duties in a new role, executive vice president of Sustainability, Commercial and Operations Development. Torres’ responsibilities will include Energy, Health & Safety, Procurement, Research & Development and Technology.
“[Our] management team has a track record of operating businesses in our value chain in emerging and developed economies,” says Cemex CEO Fernando González. “By rotating managers from one position to another, Cemex can strengthen the diversity of its experience and knowledge, allowing the company to manage its business more effectively.”
Maryland-based ready mixed and aggregate producer Chaney Enterprises has named Wyatt Wiggins as Sales and Business Development manager. He is tasked with maintaining and expanding the company’s customer base and markets by leading and training his team in collaboration with the Marketing, Customer Service, Operations, and Technical Services counterparts. He will influence the overall Sales and Business Development team strategy and identify strategies to set and achieve goals and uncover new opportunities.
Wiggins joins Chaney Enterprises from United Rentals where he worked as territory manager, supervising market conditions, product innovations, and increased market share, revenue, and customers by adjusting the sales approach. Wiggins began his United Rentals tenure as a senior sales coordinator over a decade ago and was promoted to operations manager before serving in his former role.
Ozinga Ready Mix Concrete, Inc. has received the 2019 Dean’s Award in the Illinois Family Business of the Year program, recognizing a business that excels in social enterprise, supply chain management or emerging markets. Ozinga RMC was also a finalist in the Large Family Business of the Year category. The Family Business Center at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business has honored family-owned businesses for their contribution to industry and community, along with innovative business practices and strategies, for the past 26 years.
“To be selected among so many family-owned businesses is truly an honor,” says President Marty Ozinga IV. “Our coworkers, customers, and members of the community contributed to this recognition and we are excited to share this honor with all those involved.”