Waterlogic loses CFO

by Richard Crump

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18 Oct 2012

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WATERLOGIC'S group CFO Steve Harrison will be stepping down at the end of the year.

The company, a manufacturer and distributer of point-of-use drinking water purification and dispensing systems, has started the process to recruit a suitable replacement for Harrison, who is leaving to pursue other interests.

Harrison previously held positions at Inchcape, with international financial responsibilities for Coca Cola bottling and its motor distribution divisions; John Menzies, as CFO for the Americas based in New York; and prior to joining Waterlogic, as CFO Northern Europe for International SOS.

He initially qualified with Deloitte.

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