Livingston International Appoints New U.S. President, Chief Financial Officer
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Livingston International, North America’s leading company focused on customs brokerage and trade compliance, appointed Christopher Logan as U.S. president and Sharon Sritong as chief financial officer.
“I look forward to leading Livingston’s operations in the U.S. and building valuable relationships with our stakeholders.”
Both Logan and Sritong will work out of Livingston’s U.S. headquarters in Chicago.
“Christopher and Sharon bring strong leadership experience and growth potential to Livingston,” said Livingston CEO Steve Preston. “Their impressive track records uniquely position them to foster continued growth in the U.S. and beyond.”
Logan joins Livingston from Silk Road Mining and Development, where he served as CEO. He began his career in consulting, rising to become a partner in the transportation practice at Mercer Management Consulting, now Oliver Wyman. Subsequently, Logan served as chief strategy and marketing officer for Agility, an integration logistics provider in 100 countries, deploying both organic and acquisition growth strategies.
“I am excited at the opportunity to provide Livingston’s customers with the highest levels of service, while continuing to grow and expand our U.S. business,” said Logan. “I look forward to leading Livingston’s operations in the U.S. and building valuable relationships with our stakeholders.”
Logan was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2009, and currently serves on the WEF Global Agenda Council for Global Trade and Foreign Direct Investment.
Sritong joins Livingston from Computershare, U.S., where she served as the company’s chief financial officer. She was central to increasing Computershare’s revenue in the U.S. by 800 percent over a 14 year period. Sritong is an experienced financial leader with a record of managing through periods of growth and complex change.
“I look forward to providing Livingston with financial leadership to help drive and support the company’s growth strategy,” said Sritong. “I am thrilled to be working with the well-respected Livingston team to achieve and surpass organizational goals.”
North America’s number one company focused on customs brokerage and trade compliance, Livingston International also offers trade consulting, global trade management and international freight forwarding. Livingston employs over 3,200 staff at 125 key border points, sea ports, airports and other strategic locations across North America, Europe and Asia. www.livingstonintl.com
EDITORS’ NOTE: Photos of Christopher Logan and Sharon Sritong are available upon request.