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New Aggregates MD at Aggregate Industries

Andy Swinnerton

Andy Swinnerton appointed to spearhead growth of company’s Aggregates business unit

AGGREGATE Industries have appointed Andy Swinnerton as the new managing director of the firm’s Aggregates division. He will join Aggregate Industries’ Executive Committee and be responsible for spearheading growth of the Aggregates business unit.

Mr Swinnerton (pictured), who has more than 30 years’ experience in the extractive industries, joined Aggregate Industries in 2016 as director of business excellence, bringing with him a strong background of leading businesses, whilst focusing on customer centricity and improving sustainability standards.

Mr Swinnerton will report directly to Guy Edwards, chief executive officer of Aggregate Industries, who said: ‘I’d like to congratulate Andy on his new position and look forward to working alongside him on the Executive Committee. Andy has made an excellent contribution to the organization during a very challenging year. I have no doubt that he’ll help to further grow our Aggregates business and continue to supply products and services to our customers with excellence.’

Commenting on his appointment, Mr Swinnerton said: ‘I’m delighted to be named as the new managing director of Aggregate Industries’ Aggregates business and look forward to making my mark as the newest Executive Committee member. Despite the challenging times facing the industry, I’m really proud of the great work this excellent team has delivered during the pandemic and can’t wait to continue to not only meet, but exceed customer service and expectations.’

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