June 11, 2015 – San Francisco, CA – Noble Iron Inc. (TSX Venture: NIR) announced the appointment of Suzy Taherian as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer, effective June 11, 2015.
Suzy has served as a finance and operations leader in energy, biotech, and manufacturing organizations. She began her career at global multinationals, including Accenture, Exxon and Chevron, and transitioned to executive roles as the CFO of rapidly growing companies, such as LanzaTech, a Forbes Top-50 Most Promising Company, and eCullet.
During her 15-year tenure with Chevron, Suzy held various senior roles, including establishing complex global financing solutions for emerging technologies; overseeing financial reporting under GAAP and IFRS as controller for Chevron Argentina; developing multi-billion dollar operational budgets for Chevron Global Lubricants to drive major business turnaround; and advising on global M&A opportunities resulting in over $2 billion of acquisitions.
Most recently, as CFO for eCullet, a glass processing company with several plants across North America, Suzy led successful financing efforts, corporate restructuring, operational optimization, technology implementation, and growth initiatives. Suzy has served as an adjunct professor at UC Davis Graduate School of Management, and has taught courses in International Finance and International Business. She has served on the boards of various companies, including Chevron Credit Union Asset Investment Committee, overseeing over $1 billion in assets. Suzy has bachelor degrees in Science in Mechanical Engineering from UC Davis, and a Finance MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
Nabil Kassam, Noble Iron’s Chairman and CEO, stated, “Suzy’s experience as an operationally strong and rigorous finance leader of growing and complex organizations, as well as her creativity and love of innovation, will add tremendous strength to our team. We’re honored to have Suzy join Noble Iron, and I look forward to learning from her as we continue building a remarkable organization.”
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About Noble Iron Inc.
Noble Iron Inc. operates in equipment rental, equipment sales, and enterprise asset management software for the construction and industrial equipment industry.
Noble Iron Inc.’s equipment rental and dealership business operates under the name “Noble Iron”, and currently serves customers in California and Texas. Noble Iron offers construction and industrial equipment and accessories for rent and for sale, and is the exclusive distributor of LiuGong Construction Machinery and Allied Construction Products in Southeast Texas.
Noble Iron Inc.’s software division operates under the name “Texada Software”. Texada Software develops software applications to manage the complete equipment ownership lifecycle: from equipment purchasing; rental & sales transactions; inventory management; maintenance & depreciation tracking; through to used equipment sales, disposal & inventory replenishment. Texada Software offers in-the-cloud or client-based software, and is scalable to meet the needs of any equipment rental company, dealership, construction company, contractor, and any customer who owns or uses construction or industrial equipment.
The company can be reached at (281) 443-7667, or at www.nobleiron.com.
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Noble Iron Inc.
t: (650) 766 9177
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