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Constellium to nominate Jean-Marc Germain as executive director

Staff writer |
Amsterdam, the Netherlands - April 26, 2016, Amsterdam, the Netherlands - Constellium N.V., an aluminium fabricator, announced that it will nominate Jean-Marc Germain as an executive director in June 2016, with the view to him becoming CEO of the company in the course of summer 2016.

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Mr. Germain is currently (until April 30th, 2016) Chief Executive Officer of Algeco Scotsman, a Baltimore-based global business services provider focused on modular space and secure portable storages.

Previously, Mr. Germain held numerous leadership positions in the aluminium industry including senior executive roles in operations, sales & marketing, financial planning and strategy with Pechiney, Alcan and Novelis.

His last position with Novelis from 2008 to 2012 was as President for North American operations. Earlier in his career he held a number of international positions with Bain & Company and GE Capital.

Mr. Germain is a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique in Paris, France and a dual French and American citizen. He will succeed Pierre Vareille, who announced in March 2016 his desire to retire as the CEO of the Company.

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