Steve Singleton has been named President of the Southern Pine Inspection Bureau (SPIB), succeeding the late Jim Loy. As Chairman of the SPIB Board of Governors, Furman Brodie announced the selection this week, noting, "Steve has experience as a facility manager, and is knowledgeable in all aspects of the supply chain through marketing and sales. We are convinced that he will do an exceptional job in his capacity as President and look forward to exciting and productive years under Steve's leadership."
Steve received his bachelor's degree from the University of South Carolina. Since 1987, he has worked in the wood products industry, with New South and Canfor Southern Pine, and most recently as wood procurement coordinator with Charles Ingram Lumber Company. He's trained in sustainable forestry and is a member of various forestry organizations. Steve was named "Man of the Year 2009" by Timber Processing magazine.
SFPA congratulates Steve on his appointment. "We look forward to continuing our working relationship with SPIB under Steve's administration, advancing the Southern Pine industry," said SFPA President Steve Conwell.
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