Mr. Pizá joined CEMEX in 1993 and after holding various management positions in commercial and other areas in Mexico, was appointed as President of CEMEX Costa Rica following President of CEMEX in Panama and responsible for the area Builders Solutions for Central America, South America and the Caribbean. He is currently President of CEMEX in Egypt.
Ramón acquired his professional education in Marketing at Monterrey Institute of Technology (ITESM), where he also studied his MBA.
Vice President Commercial and Logistics
As the Vice President of Commercial and Logistics Department, Mr. Caviedes is responsible for the sales and marketing of the cement sector and the delivery of all company cementious products to all clients nationwide, responsibilities also include Damiatta Terminal Management and all imports and exports related commercial agreements. Prior role, Mr. Caviedes held a leading position as Country Director for CEMEX China and previously Vice President Materials for CEMEX Spain.
Jesus Caviedes holds a Bachelor of Science of Civil Engineer from Monterrey Institute of Technology , he also has a MSc in Management from Stanford University.
Vice President of Human Resources
As a Vice President of Human Resource, Wafik Beshara is Responsible for the company’s human resourses development and training, compensation and benefits, labor relations, as well as the health, safety & security.
Since joining CEMEX in 2001, Wafik has held several leadership positions that enriched his career being an executive in the Strategic Planning and earlier roles include Marketing Research & Commercial Administration. Wafik holds a bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering from the Arab Academy for Science & Technology, and MBA from Edinburgh Business School in Scotland.
Business Service Organization Director
As Business services organization Director, Galal Abdel Samie is responsible for management and financial services, transactional services, treasury, process & information technology, internal control, tax compliance, and HR services. Galal joined CEMEX in 2000, and served in prior roles including financial information manager, accounts payable and general ledger manager, cost and fixed assets manager. Prior to joining CEMEX, Galal was Accounting manager in Assiut Cement company before its acquisition by CEMEX.
Galal holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Helwan University, Diploma in Audit from Assiut university, Diploma in Engineering Economy from Tabeen Institute for metallurgical studies, and MIBA degree in business administration from Eslsca -French business school. Galal is a member in board of directors in the commerce syndicate in Assiut.
Magdy Armia Samuel
Magdy Armia Samuel is the General Counsel of CEMEX Egypt. Prior to joining CEMEX, Mr. Samuel was with Afifi Law Office. Mr. Samuel has an experience with litigation in front of Civil, Labor, Commercial, and Misdemeanor courts. He has worked directly and indirectly in more than 850 disputes. Magdy has also advised many multinational companies regarding civil, commercial, investment and intellectual properties.