SunSelect appoints new CFO

Posted by SunSelect

February 19, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SunSelect appoints Shane Holland as CFO

 Delta, BC, Jan. 16, 2014 –

SunSelect Produce Limited Partnership, one of North America’s largest producers of greenhouse vegetables, is pleased to announce the appointment of Shane Holland as chief financial officer, effectively immediately.

“Shane is an excellent addition to our team as we build out our senior management expertise in preparation to manage SunSelect’s projected future growth,” said Reinhold Krahn, co-founder and CEO of SunSelect Produce. “Shane brings extensive experience from a wide variety of high profile management settings to SunSelect. We look forward to his contribution to our management team.”

Shane Holland has had a great deal of success managing fast-paced organizations. Most recently, he was CFO of Fortius Sport & Health, which opened a flagship $61 million athlete development centre in 2013 in Burnaby, BC. While there, he managed the construction of the facility, oversaw the start-up of the business, and implemented processes and controls as Fortius expanded from five employees to more than 80 staff and contractors. Before that, he was CFO at Greater Vancouver Community Services Society, a major player in senior homecare in Vancouver. Earlier, he was Director of Value in Kind and Sponsorship Revenue for the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic Games (VANOC), a role he held for six years. At VANOC, he was accountable for managing $460 million of in-kind sponsor donations (approximately one quarter of the overall Games budget).

Shane Holland is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CMA) with an MBA from Queen’s University.

SunSelect is one of North America’s leading producers of greenhouse vegetables including red, yellow and orange bell peppers, tomatoes on the vine, and mini and long English cucumbers. With its ProSelect Gas Treating Inc. joint venture, SunSelect is also a technological leader in green carbon capture systems to enable carbon dioxide to be captured from a variety of combustion sources and delivered directly as fertilizer to growing hydroponic vegetables.

 

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