SureWerx Names Steve Alden As Chief Financial Officer


SureWerx, a well-known provider of tools, safety equipment, and personal protective equipment (PPE), is happy to announce the hiring of Steve Alden as its Chief Financial Officer. In this position, Steve will be in charge of the company's financial management in addition to promoting strategic expansion and operational excellence. Steve replaces departing Chief Financial Officer Kevin Karr, who will continue to serve as Senior Advisor, Corporate Development at SureWerx on a part-time basis.

Steve offers to SureWerx extensive expertise in acquisition integration, system improvements, and value generation across distribution, manufacturing, and services sectors. He has a demonstrated history of financial leadership. Most recently, Steve worked at Culligan International as Vice President and CFO, Americas, where he oversaw finance and accounting while also accelerating and profitably growing the company through M&A and organic development initiatives. Steve worked at AAR Corp. for 7 years before joining Culligan, where he held a number of executive positions, including VP, Investor Relations and CFO, Repair & Engineering. Steve started off working for KPMG and Bain & Company.

“We are excited to welcome Steve to the SureWerx team. His proven expertise in leading successful financial operations across high-stake business environments in both developed and emerging markets will be an asset to the company,” said Chris Baby, CEO at SureWerx. “Steve’s appointment to the SureWerx executive team reinforces our commitment to offer growth, innovation and increased value to our customers. His experience in driving strategic growth, executing mergers and acquisitions, and optimizing operations will further enhance the financial strength of the business,” he added.

SureWerx has built an impressive global footprint and reputation as the leading provider of trusted and innovative safety and equipment solutions. I am thrilled to join this outstanding team and accelerate the company’s growth trajectory,” said Steve Alden.

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