Olsen set to become chief executive of Lafarge-Holcim

By |  April 9, 2015

French-American Eric Olsen is set to become the chief executive of combined cement groups Holcim and Lafarge, reports fastFT.

Olsen has worked at Lafarge since 1999 and has served as executive vice president of operations for the company since 2013. He is the preferred candidate for the job, reports Michael Stothard, but he still needs to be approved by the Holcim and Lafarge boards.

According to fastFT, the appointment could be announced as early as tomorrow.

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