MECHELEN, Belgium--(BUSINESS WIRE)--LBC Tank Terminals today announced that the group's Chief Financial Officer, Lucas Barry, informed the board of directors of his plans to leave LBC to return to his native Australia.
"Lucas has been nothing but a rock solid partner to me and support to the LBC Tank Terminals group since the day he walked in the door just over 3 years ago. His contribution, performance and achievements speak for themselves." said Brett Simpson, CEO of the LBC Group. "We have had a number of discussions over recent days and it is clear to me that his resignation is driven by personal reasons alone causing Lucas and his wife endeavors”
Whilst the exact date of Lucas Barry’s departure has not yet been determined, the company has confirmed that there will be no immediate changes and that Lucas will remain with the business into the New Year
About LBC Tank Terminals
LBC Tank Terminals is one of the largest independent operators of bulk liquid storage terminals and the second largest independent chemical storage company in terms of global storage capacity. LBC Tank Terminals currently manages a substantial network of port terminals with a combined storage capacity of approximately 2.8 million m3 at key locations in the USA, China and along the European coastline in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain and Portugal.
Additional information about LBC Tank Terminals is available at www.lbctt.com.