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Waterlogic loses CFO

Group CFO Steve Harrison steps down at the end of the year to pursue other interests

Waterlogic loses CFO

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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