SBS Worldwide Appoints New General Manager

MarineLink.com
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Mike Barber

SBS Worldwide appointed Mike Barber as General Manager – Manchester. He will help SBS continue building the full range of forwarding and supply chain services it offers in the north of the U.K.

Mr. Barber has 40 years’ experience in the forwarding and logistics industry, most recently with the Geodis Group. He has particular expertise in the automotive and pharmaceutical industries, but has worked within many other markets to help customers develop more efficient supply chains.

Founded 30 years ago, SBS Worldwide has offices and partners around the world, staffed with teams whose expertise includes everything from ocean and air freight forwarding to full supply chain solutions.

www.sbsworldwide.com 

 

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