Bucharest, 12 July 2016 - Veronica Dobre, 35, is the new Communication Manager of Holcim Romania.
Veronica holds a Public Relations degree from the UK Chartered Institute of Public Relations and graduated from Political Sciences as well as Communication and Public Relations at the National School of Political and Administrative Studies of Bucharest. She started her career in a public relations agency then worked for more than ten years in the pharmaceutical industry, gathering a vast experience in corporate and brand communications.
“I am honored to take over the leadership of the communication department in these times where the company is going through one of the most exciting moments in its history in Romania, after the merger of LafargeHolcim globally. Holcim has always been and will remain one of the most active companies in Romania, including in terms of public communication, and I am embarking upon this journey with the promise that will wisely use all my acquired experience. We want to make an active contribution to building future in Romania, and our communication projects, related to either business matters or CSR projects, are an integral part of our plan”, declared Veronica Dobre, Communication Manager Holcim Romania.
Veronica Dobre took over this position from Ioana Borangic, who worked in the company for about six years.
About Holcim Romania
Holcim (Romania) S.A. owns 2 cement plants in Campulung and Alesd, one grinding station and a cement terminal in Turda, 13 environment-friendly ready-mixed concrete plants, 3 aggregates plants, 2 special binders plants and four cement terminals. Holcim (Romania) S.A. employs around 800 people. For additional information, please visit the company’s website at www.holcim.ro and on the official Facebook page: www.facebook.com/holcimromania
Holcim Romania is a member of LafargeHolcim group, which was born following the merger between equals between Lafarge and Holcim in 2015. With over 180 years of combined experience, the Group resulting from the merger aims at entering a new era of leading technologies and innovations in the building materials industry, in order to cope with the challenges of the 21st century.