APR Energy named Ron Crowell as its new chief financial officer (CFO).
Crowell will oversee all financial aspects of the company, including financial planning and analysis, reporting, accounting, treasury, tax planning and compliance. He will also build and foster APR Energy’s relationships with lenders, auditors and external financial advisors.
“As APR Energy continues its aggressive plans for growth around the world, a professional of Ron’s caliber will support our organization by maintaining and enhancing the financial health and security of the company,” said Charles Ferry, APR Energy’s president and chief operating officer. “Ron’s background of managing capital and growth for Fortune 500 companies will help stimulate and drive business improvement initiatives while managing compliance and related matters. He is a very valuable addition to our team.”
In his previous role at World Fuel Services, Inc., Crowell served as senior vice president of finance, where he oversaw a global portfolio of markets that had annual revenues of approximately US$9 billion, with more than 5 billion gal. of fuel sold annually. He also successfully served in senior global finance roles at GE and KBR, Inc., which included international assignments in Wales and Singapore.
Florida, USA-based APR Energy is a provider of fast-track mobile turbine power and has installed more than 4.5 MW of power capacity across the globe.
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