SBS Names Colter as VP Finance

press release
Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Global transportation provider SBS Worldwide has appointed Certified Public Accountant Don Colter as Vice President of Finance, USA.


In his new role, Mr. Colter is tasked with strengthening the financial function of the company’s US business to support its expanding service offering and new business opportunities in existing and target industry verticals. He will be based at SBS Worldwide’s Atlanta Corporate Headquarter office and will report directly to USA Managing Director Lars Kloch. Mr. Kloch said: “I would personally like to welcome Don to the SBS Worldwide team. He will play a key role in implementing our global financial business plan and ensuring that we meet our financial and growth targets for the US.


“Don has proven leadership abilities with a track record of developing and executing financial strategies that support company’s business plans as well as developing, monitoring and improving internal controls and procedures to ensure consistent company performance.” In total, Mr. Colter has almost 30 years’ experience in the services industry - including logistics and supply chain services - and over twenty years’ experience in financial management. He is a certified public accountant and has held a variety of financial and operational roles. Additionally, he has a broad range of experience in Mergers and Acquisitions and has Initial Public Offering experience.

 

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