Justin Farrington Smith joins EIC Southern Region Committee
Justin Farrington Smith has been elected onto the Energy Industry Council (EIC) Southern Region Committee.
A leading trade association delivering high-value market intelligence to over 650 UK-registered companies delivering goods and services to the energy industries worldwide, the EIC works to keep members one step ahead of the competition in a demanding global marketplace.
Managing director at London-based global shipping container specialist Cargostore Worldwide Trading, Farrington Smith offers strong industry-wide knowledge and influence and is a proven ‘mover and shaker’ within the energy services sector.
Says EIC CEO Stuart Broadley.
“We are delighted to welcome Justin to the EIC Southern Regional Committee. With over 30 years of industry experience at senior level we are confident that he will play a key role in supporting the EIC to ensure that the UK energy supply chain makes the most of business opportunities at home and abroad.”
Cargostore Worldwide Trading Ltd operates a fleet of ISO and DNV 2.7-1 containers and related equipment for sale, re-sale and lease directly and via its subsidiaries and partners throughout the UK, Europe, North America, Africa, South East Asia and the Middle East.
UK private equity company Agathos Management LLP took a majority shareholding in Cargostore in December (2016).
Issued April 2017 on behalf of Cargostore International Ltd by
Whiteleaf Business Centre, Buckingham Industrial Park, Buckingham MK18 1TF, UK
Media enquiries: Peter Muir: peter<at>pmpr.co.uk T 00 44 1280 308010
Sales enquiries:Nicky Milan: nm<at>cargostore.com Tel 44 20 8879 1900
Justin Farrington Smith at LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-farrington-smith-9b932a112/
About Cargostore Worldwide Trading:
Cargostore is one of the world’s leading suppliers of containers to a diversity of user markets. The London-based company operates a fleet of ISO and DNV 2.7-1 containers and related equipment for sale, re-sale and lease directly and via its subsidiaries and partners throughout the UK, Europe, North America, Africa, South East Asia and the Middle East.
About the role of EIC committee members
EOC Committee members help shape the future direction of the EIC within their region by:
- Representing the views of the EIC members both in the region and as a whole;
- Suggesting topics and speakers for presentations and networking events;
- The opportunity to champion various areas of concern and topical issues;
- Identifying global markets where member companies may need assistance;
- Working to assist in the development of new activities and programmes to enhance the regional programme as a whole and equip members with a better overview of the energy sector.