Meet Carlos Correia, UL's New President of Supply Chain & Sustainability.20 Nov, 2014
UL, the global safety science organization, appointed Carlos Correia as president of its global Supply Chain & Sustainability business. Correia, who has served since 2012 as UL's Vice President, Global Sales, will be responsible for advancing the organization's ambitious growth strategy in the Information & Insights (i&i), Environment and Furniture divisions, while continuing to deliver global strategic business acumen.
"At UL, we are extremely fortunate to have an innovative team of global executives, experienced in solving the supply chain challenges of our time," said UL's President and CEO, Keith Williams. "I am confident that Carlos will build on the significant work of the Supply Chain & Sustainability business, while adding new accomplishments rooted in his knowledge and passion for our global customers. The future is bright for the i&i, Environment and Furniture divisions, as, under Carlos' leadership, we continue to grow innovative services that are crucial to ensuring safety, sustainability and compliance in our living and working environments."
Correia holds a Masters in Business Administration from the United Business Institutes (UBI) Brussels, Belgium, and an Engineering Degree in Maritime Machinery from the Nautical School Infante D. Henrique (ENIDH), Lisbon, Portugal.
Correia succeeds Sara Greenstein, who has led the Supply Chain & Sustainability business since 2012. Greenstein will continue her focus on consumer needs in her new appointment as Senior Vice President at United States Steel.
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