Presidente

Chairman
Máximo Vedoya (Mexico)

Máximo Vedoya is the CEO of Ternium, one of the leading steel companies in the Americas, which is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: TX). Ternium had annual sales
of US $ 11,500 million in 2018, and has 20,800 employees.

Máximo Vedoya is the President of the Latin American Steel Association (Alacero), President of the National Chamber of the Iron and Steel Industry (Canacero) in Mexico, Vice President of the Chamber of the Industry of Transformation (Caintra) Nuevo León and Vice President of the Confederation of Industrial Chambers (Concamin).

Since 1992 he has held various positions in the areas of Planning, Sales, Exports and Commercial, in the Ternium companies in Argentina and Venezuela. In 2010 he assumed the Executive Presidency of Ternium Región Andina (Colombia), in 2012 he assumed the position of Executive President of Ternium Mexico, and on March 1, 2018 he was appointed CEO of Ternium.

He graduated as an Industrial Engineer from the Technological Institute of Buenos Aires (Argentina) and studied the Master of Science with a specialty in Administration (Master of Science in Management) at Stanford University (E.E.U.U.).

Expresidentes

2016-2018
Jefferson de Paula (Brazil)
2014-2015
Martín Berardi (Argentina)
2013
Benjamin M. Baptista Filho (Brasil)
2012
Raúl M. Guitiérrez Muguerza (Mexico)
2011
Daniel Novegil (Argentina)
2010
André B. Gerdau Johannpeter (Brazil)
2009
Oscar Augusto Machado Koeneke (Venezuela)
2006-2008
Roberto de Andraca (Chile)
2004-2006
Daniel Novegil (Argentina)
2002-2004
José Armando de F. Campos (Brazil)
2000-2002
Julio César Villarreal G. (Mexico)
1999-2000
Gerardo Chávarri P. (Venezuela)
1998-1999
Javier O. Tizado (Argentina)
1997-1998
Paulo D. Villares (Brazil)
1996-1997
Roberto de Andraca (Chile)
1995-1996
Felipe Cortés Font (México)
1994-1995
Carlos A. Leone (Argentina)
1993-1994
Henrique Machado Z. (Venezuela)
1991-1993
André Musseti (Brasil)
1989-1991
J. Guillermo Becker Arreola (Mexico)
1987-1989
Carlos A. Magliano (Argentina)
1985-1987
César A. Mendoza O. (Venezuela)
1983-1985
Paulo D. Villares (Brazil)
1981-1983
Rafael R. Páez (Mexico)
1979-1981
Horacio A. Rivera (Argentina)
1977-1979
Dario Vallejo Jaramillo (Colombia)
1975-1977
Argenis Gamboa (Venezuela)
1973-1975
Mário Lopes Leão (Brazil)
1971-1973
Camilo G. Sada (Mexico)
1969-1971
Ángel Cervini (Venezuela)
1965-1969
Pedro F. Castiñeiras (Argentina)
1961-1965
Carlos Prieto (Mexico)
1959-1961
Edmundo de Macedo Soares e Silva (Brazil)