PIC Group Names Felix Alejandro Vice President

ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PIC Group, today announced the appointment of Felix Alejandro as Vice President of Global Human Resources. Mr. Alejandro joins PIC Group from InVeris Training Solutions, in Atlanta, GA where he served as Vice President of Human Resources. During his time there, he was the Chief Human Resources Officer responsible for the leadership of global human resources and organizational communication. Felix brings more than 20 years of Human Resource experience in creating great work cultures and delivering results across industries with companies to include Coca-Cola, UPS, Macy’s and Adtalem.

“We are harnessing PIC Group’s core organizational strengths as an advantage to continue to grow in our traditional markets and accelerate our entry into new ones. I’m confident Felix is the right leader to take on this critical role and help us move into the next level of our business expansion,” said Frank Avery, PIC Group CEO and President.

In his new role, Alejandro will oversee PIC Group’s global human resources responsible for driving PIC Group’s people strategy, fostering a vibrant culture focused on continuous improvement and working with his team to support business development and increasing value through human capital management.

PIC Group, Inc. is dedicated to delivering value by providing global energy services to facilities across four continents – North America, South America, Asia, and Africa. PIC provides O&M Services (Care, Custody and Control), Commissioning and Startup, Documentation & Training and Staffing services and serves the power generation, oil and gas, petrochemical, pulp and paper and manufacturing industries. PIC Group, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marubeni Corporation, a Fortune Global 500 Company. Marubeni is a major Japanese sogo shosha (international trading company) and the third largest global independent power producer (IPP). For more information, visit www.picgroupinc.com.

Marubeni Corporation and its consolidated subsidiaries use their broad business networks, both within Japan and overseas, to conduct importing and exporting (including third country trading), as well as domestic business, encompassing a diverse range of business including consumer products, food, agriculture, chemicals, energy and metals and power business machinery and infrastructure.


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