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New President appointed at Hexagon Mining

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Hexagon Mining has appointed Josh Weiss as its new President. According to the company, Weiss has been integral to the company’s growth since joining in January 2015. He was previously Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Operations, and Executive Vice President of Shared Services.

Weiss believes executing on the company’s vision to be the number one smart technology partner for integrated life-of-mine solutions is priority number one.

“Hexagon Mining is in a unique position to help mines achieve their digital strategy,“ said Weiss. “No other company can match our technology portfolio and I am really excited to share our story of smart change with customers and the industry.

“Our company‘s greatest strength is its people and I‘m looking forward to harnessing their talents to target the biggest challenges facing mines – reducing costs, improving safety, and increasing productivity,” he added. “Integrated life-of-mine solutions backed by the best service and support in the industry is what we will continue to deliver."

Before joining Hexagon Mining, Weiss worked for Deloitte & Touche within the metals and mining sector, where he focused on mergers and acquisitions, strategy, and business transformations. Before Deloitte, he worked for ArcelorMittal, a multinational steel and mining conglomerate, holding roles within finance, performance management and systems integrations.

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