UTi Worldwide Names Bruce Hulings New Global Lead for Projects, Mining and Energy

Jul 24, 2013

Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) July 24, 2013

UTi Worldwide Inc. (Nasdaq: UTIW), a global supply chain services and solutions company, announced the appointment of Bruce Hulings as the new Global Vice President for Projects, Mining and Energy.

Hulings will be responsible for all business development and implementation that will drive UTi’s growth in the Projects, Mining and Energy sector, according to Ed Feitzinger, executive vice president, global operations.

"Bruce brings 25 years of oil, gas and logistics experience to UTi," said Feitzinger, "He shares UTi’s client-centric focus and hands-on leadership approach. We predict Bruce will make an immediate contribution to UTi’s growth in this sector."

"UTi is recognized leader in the energy and mining sector in many markets. With Bruce’s expertise, we plan to grow the energy sector substantially on a global basis," said Feitzinger.

"I am excited to join a company with the global vision and structure that meets the requirements of mining and energy clients," said Hulings.

Previous to joining UTi, Hulings was the Americas Vice President, Energy Sector for CEVA logistics.

About UTi Worldwide

UTi Worldwide Inc. (http://www.go2uti.com) is an international, non-asset-based supply chain services and solutions company providing air and ocean freight forwarding, contract logistics, customs brokerage, distribution, inbound logistics, truckload brokerage, and other supply chain management services. The company serves a large and diverse base of global and local companies, including clients operating in industries with unique supply chain requirements such as the retail, apparel, chemical, automotive, pharmaceutical, and technology industries. The company seeks to use its global network, proprietary information technology systems, and relationships with transportation providers, and expertise in outsourced logistics services to deliver competitive advantage to each of its clients' supply chains.

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