Press release from CNW Group
Foraco International SA announces changes to Board of Directors
Thursday, June 06, 2013
Foraco International SA announces changes to Board of Directors07:11 EDT Thursday, June 06, 2013
TORONTO & MARSEILLE, France, June 6, 2013 /CNW/ - Foraco International SA (the "Company" or "Foraco"), a leading global provider of mineral drilling services, announced today changes to its Board of Directors. Gonzalo Van Wersch and Jean-Paul Camus, after three and six years respectively, have decided to leave the Board for personal reasons.
Mr. Camus was appointed to the Foraco Board during the company's IPO in August 2007 and Mr. Van Wersch joined the board in May of 2010 with the acquisition of Adviser.
"On behalf of the directors we wish to thank Mr. Camus and Mr. Van Wersch for their valuable contributions and dedication as directors of Foraco and we wish them the very best in their new projects" commented Daniel Simoncini, Chairman and CEO of Foraco.
Director and Co-CEO Jean-Pierre Charmensat added, "Over the years both directors have dedicated their time and efforts and helped guide the company's growth into a Global provider of drilling services. We are grateful for their past contributions to the leadership of Foraco."
The Foraco Board now consists of 5 directors who were elected at the May 22, 2013 General Meeting.
About Foraco International SA
Foraco International SA (TSX: FAR) is a leading global mineral drilling services company that provides a comprehensive and reliable service offering in mining and water projects. Supported by its founding values of integrity, innovation and involvement, Foraco has grown into the third largest global drilling enterprise with a presence in 23 countries across five continents. For more information about Foraco, visit www.foraco.com.
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SOURCE: Foraco International SA
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