SitexOrbis appoints new CEO

Posted On 31 Mar 2014
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SitexOrbis has appointed Guy Other as its new Chief Executive. With over 20 years’ experience on the b2b market in a broad range of commercial sectors, Guy most recently served as Chief Operating Officer at Stalbridge Linen Services and a main Board Director at Johnsons Apparelmaster. ” We are delighted that Guy has joined SitexOrbis. We were impressed by his clear strategic vision and commercial expertise which he has used to shape, direct and turnaround the operational performance, market share and profitability of several blue chip companies,” said Layton Tamberlin, SitexOrbis’s acting MD and part-owner. ” I am very pleased to be joining SitexOrbis at such a crucial time for the business,” added Guy.” The situation is similar to when I joined Johnsons and I look forward to working with our committed investors and the fantastic people within the business to deliver great service to our customers and some significant growth over the coming years.”

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