Wienerberger Romania appoints new head of operations

Newsroom 27/01/2012 | 12:55

Corneliu Fecioru has been appointed head of Wienerberger Romania’s operations in Romania as member of the company’s board. He has over 15 years of expertise as an executive, 11 years of which were spent in the constructions industry. Over the years Fecioru held key positions in large companies such as Lafarge Romania and Gebruder Weiss.

His previous position was sales and marketing manager within the Austrian company Gebruder Weiss. He graduated from the Technical University in Iasi, but he also holds a bachelor’s degree in management from the University of Hertfordshire in Great Britain. Fecioru also went through several management development programs at IMD (Switzerland) and INSEAD (France).

During the nine years spent with Lafarge, he held several management positions in areas such as HR, Corporate Affairs, Acquisitions and Logistics. Fecioru holds extensive experience in the bricks industry also. He was part of the management team selected by the investment fund Advent International to handle the transformation of Ceramica Iasi after takeover. For two years he was head of operations and development at Ceramica Iasi.

Simona Bazavan

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