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John Hoerner, Century’s EVP North America Operations, to Retire
CHICAGO, Feb. 09, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Century Aluminum Company (NASDAQ: CENX) announced today that it has named Gunnar Gudlaugsson as Executive Vice President, Global Operations. Since joining Century in 2008, Mr. Gudlaugsson has served in a variety of operational roles of increasing responsibility, including most recently as Vice President, European Operations and Managing Director of Norðurál. Mr. Gudlaugsson has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Master of Science in Electrical Power Engineering from the University of Aalborg in Denmark.
Jesse Gary, Century’s Chief Operating Officer, stated, "Our Board and I are thrilled to announce Gunnar's promotion to this critically important position. Since joining us in 2008, Gunnar has played a leading role in transforming Century’s businesses in Iceland and the Netherlands into the world-class operations that they are today. We are excited to be able to bring his significant management expertise and proven track record of safe and profitable operations to the rest of our businesses.”
Century also announced that John Hoerner, Century’s Executive Vice President, North American Operations, will retire following ten years of distinguished service to the Company. Mr. Hoerner will remain with Century in an advisory role through October 2021 to assist with the transition.
Michael Bless, Century’s President and Chief Executive Officer, thanked Mr. Hoerner for his service: “John has played an instrumental role in Century’s success and in preserving the U.S. aluminum industry. We wish him the best in retirement.”
About Century Aluminum Company
Century Aluminum Company owns primary aluminum capacity in the United States and Iceland. Century's corporate offices are located in Chicago, IL. Visit www.centuryaluminum.com for more information.
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