Chief financial officer at Canadian mining equipment company Railveyor Technologies Global, Tas Mohamed has stepped up into the CEO’s chair on an interim basis.
The experienced finance executive is seen as a good fit for the top leadership role at the private Sudbury-based company, which has been building out its senior management group.
“As a fully electric, autonomous and low-emission material haulage system, Railveyor offers a brilliant solution to the modern mining industry,” she said.
“I have the opportunity to guide Railveyor towards durable growth and lead an expanding, diverse and inclusive team.
“That team will continue to relentlessly improve the Railveyor system, enhancing the experience of existing clients and bringing value to new customers.”
Mohamed was vice president of finance for Brazil cement major, Votorantim Cimentos & Aggregates, and publicly-traded Aecon Group among other executive leadership positions in her plus-35-year career. Before joining Railveyor, she was CFO at a global architecture firm.
Railveyor executive chairman Charles Gillies said Mohamed’s “strategic leadership and commitment to scaling sustainably” were critical traits.
“We look forward to seeing Railveyor continue to grow under her direction,” he said.