Southam takes charge of flagship cement plant
Published:  15 March, 2010

WARWICKSHIRE: Building materials company CEMEX, has appointed a new director at its flagship cement plant in Rugby with immediate effect.

Brian Southam was previously in charge of engineering and maintenance at the plant, and joined the company 29 years ago at the company's Southam cement plant, which has since closed.

He moved to Rugby in 1998 to assist and oversee the building and commissioning of the new Rugby plant, which, based on its annual capacity of 1.8 million tonnes of cement, is the biggest cement plant in the UK. Mr Southam will report into CEMEX UK's vice president for cement operations, Carlos Uruchurtu, who is a member of the UK management team.

Mr Southam takes over from Luis Galan Domingo, who has decided to leave the company.




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