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Suttons strengthens North American Team

Global logistics and supply chain specialist, Suttons Group, has announced a key new senior executive appointment in its International Division.

Greg O’Shea, has joined the Group as Regional Director, Americas after spending the past 20 years in the logistics industry in Australia and the Far East.

Most recently, he held the position of General Manager Supply Chain, with Tradelink Australia. Prior to that, he was Vice-President Supply Chain, with Big C Supercentre in Thailand.

Greg commented: "I’m very pleased to be joining such a thriving and dynamic organisation as Suttons Group. I have relocated to the USA, after 10 years in Asia, to take up this role – a move which I think speaks volumes about the scale of opportunity the position entails and the value I believe I can bring to the business in advancing its ambitious expansion strategy."

With a widely-esteemed reputation for business development and general management, as well as excellent international business and government connections, Greg will help strengthen the Group’s already thriving American operation. As Regional Director, Americas, Greg takes full responsibility for the US business and will be based out of its New Jersey office.

John Sutton, CEO at Suttons Group, said: "We’re delighted to welcome Greg to the team. He is an extremely well-respected supply chain specialist whose passionate, innovative and adaptive approach to business supports Suttons approach of providing our customers with a wider range of products and services, increasing their competitiveness through a greater choice of logistics and supply chain solutions."

Suttons Group, which has operations across six continents, recently posted a revenue increase of 4.1 per cent, to £154.7m, for the year ending 30 April 2013.

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