Stephen Shaw

Chief Financial Officer


Stephen Shaw serves as the Chief Financial Officer at Norman Carriers, providing expert financial leadership and strategic oversight that underpins the sustainable growth of our business. With an impressive background in financial management and a keen understanding of the logistics and warehousing sector, Stephen is pivotal in steering the financial health and stability of our company.

In his role, Stephen oversees all financial operations, from budgeting and forecasting to financial reporting and risk management. His insightful financial strategies and astute decision-making have been instrumental in optimising our resources, improving our operational efficiency, and maintaining our financial resilience.

Beyond the numbers, Stephen has a deep appreciation for the nuances of our business, understanding that our financial strategies need to support our commitment to delivering outstanding services to our clients. He plays a key role in ensuring that we have the financial capability to invest in technology and enhance our service offerings.

As our CFO, Stephen Shaw’s exceptional financial acumen and forward-thinking mindset drive the economic sustainability of Norman Carriers. His leadership continues to be integral to our mission of providing reliable and efficient port logistics solutions while ensuring the financial integrity of our company.

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