John Cockerill further strengthens its position in the environment sector with the arrival of Christophe Cassant

John Cockerill increases its strike force in the environment sector with the arrival of Christophe Cassant as President of John Cockerill Environment. His experience and networks are to support the development of John Cockerill’s air, water, solids and waste treatment, as well as energy recovery activities, all of which are contributing to the Group’s sustainable development goals.

On July 1, Christophe Cassant joined the John Cockerill Group as President of John Cockerill Environment and becomes a member of the Group’s Executive Committee. Based on a solid organization, innovative products and services with high added value, committed teams and recognized expertise, he will endeavor to increase John Cockerill Environment’s visibility and scope in a promising market.

Christophe has 25 years of international experience in water treatment and waste management, mainly within the global reference groups Veolia and Suez. Passionate about technology, he has managed major international projects and held various positions of great responsibility in France and abroad.

Christophe Cassant: “John Cockerill’s entrepreneurial, innovative and conquest spirit is naturally a powerful driving force for the development of the Environment business in the current context of ecological transition and circular economy. I am eager to discover and capitalize on John Cockerill’s strong competences and know-how, and further contribute, together with our teams, to sustaining its prosperous growth history.”

John Cockerill Environment’s offer is aligned with the priorities of sustainable development in the post-Covid economy: preserving natural resources, health and well-being, consuming and producing in an environmentally responsive way, supporting the local development of communities and reducing poverty.

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