Rhys Davies Freight Logistics Appoints New Finance Manager
News Jan 11, 2013
Rhys Davies Freight Logistics has appointed Cerianne Cullen as Finance Manager at its head office in Cardiff.
Cerianne heads up a team of 14 staff and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the company’s accounts and office administration.
She will also prepare monthly management reports and provide financial information to the Board of Directors.
Cerianne has a sound financial background previously having worked for a major international company during which she was responsible for setting up and managing an accounts department in Shanghai.
Despite her hectic schedule Cerianne still finds time to continue her accountancy studies and is on course to complete her examinations to become a Chartered Certified Accountant later this year.
Rhys Davies employs around 400 staff at nine depots throughout the United Kingdom and has customers in a wide range of industries including, food, chemicals, flooring and packaging.
The company’s carpet division is the largest independent distributor in the UK delivering carpets and other flooring products for over 50 companies.
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