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Changing Places

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Global transportation provider SBS Worldwide named Lars Hansen as its regional vice president of operations for Southeast USA.

Hansen will play a key role in ensuring the further development of the company’s ability to analyze, design, implement and operate end-to-end supply chain solutions tailored to clients’ requirements. He will be based at the company’s Atlanta office.

Hansen’s appointment is part of a recent restructuring of SBS Worldwide’s U.S. business, which sees the business focused on four key regions as it further enhances its ability to offer the supply chain solutions customers require at a local level, combined with its ability to offer highly personalized service at a global level.

Hansen has more than 18 years of industry experience, has worked for a range of global logistics providers and has held a variety of management roles.

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Jenny Bush, general manager of Cummins Marine, joined the board of Wounded Nature Working Veterans, a Charleston, S.C.-based non-profit focused on cleaning beaches, promoting recycling and helping military veterans get their first civilian job.

Bush has been with Cummins for more than 15 years, serving in a variety of leadership roles, including service engineering for the oil and gas and automotive markets and distribution technical support in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

As general manager of the commercial marine business, Bush is responsible for all commercial marine business activities for the engine business unit globally, including business development and support.

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