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CF Industries appoint Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

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CF Industries Holdings has announced that Christopher D. Bohn has been appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer and has been elected to the Company’s Board of Directors, effective February 1, 2024.

Mr. Bohn will lead global manufacturing, distribution, sales and supply chain, including the Company’s clean energy initiatives. He will be accountable for operational excellence focused on safety, productivity and long-term growth. Mr. Bohn is currently Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer with responsibility for strategic planning, business development and investor relations. He joined CF Industries in September 2009.

“Chris has experience leading most areas of our business and has been instrumental in developing and growing our clean energy strategy. He will continue to drive operational excellence across the organisation while managing a range of complex growth initiatives,” said Tony Will, president and chief executive officer, CF Industries Holdings, Inc. “This promotion and his election to the Board recogniae his strong leadership and future contributions to CF Industries.”

Mr. Bohn has more than 14 years of experience in the nitrogen fertilizer sector, including developing and leading the Company’s Clean Energy business. He has also been instrumental in developing and executing capital deployment and growth initiatives and brings proven disciplined leadership to the role. He previously served CF Industries as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; Senior Vice President, Manufacturing and Distribution; Vice President, Supply Chain; and Vice President, Corporate Planning.

Mr. Bohn will continue to serve as Chief Financial Officer until a permanent replacement has been appointed. An external search is underway.

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