Compass Minerals appoints new President CEO, Francis Malecha

Compass Minerals appoints new President and CEO, Francis Malecha

5:09 AM, 8th January 2013
Compass Minerals appoints new President and CEO, Francis Malecha
Francis J Malecha, President and CEO, Compass Minerals.

OVERLAND PARK, US: Compass Minerals appointed Francis J Malecha to board of directors. Malecha will be the new president and chief executive officer effective from 17 January 2013. Most recently he had been chief operating officer-grain of Viterra Inc, the $7.0 billion global agri-business company. “I am thrilled to take the helm at Compass Minerals. The company has an exceptional salt franchise, a strong niche in specialty fertilizers, and the cash flow generation to power opportunities for further profitable growth,” said Malecha.

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