SBS Worldwide to appear on TV

Bloomberg International and Fox Business Network

 Supply chain solutions provider SBS Worldwide is delighted to announce its appearance on Bloomberg International and the Fox Business Network on the award winning business show 21st Century Business.

The program will be aired on 27 October on Fox Business Network and on 13 November on CNBC in the US, and on 28 October on Bloomberg International in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

The show examines how supply chains can improve the performance of businesses seeking additional profit margin by engaging with management and by bringing supply chain to the board room through a consultative approach. It also explores how this approach can create and give businesses a competitive advantage within their marketplace.

SBS Worldwide Chairman Steve Walker, USA CEO Lars Kloch and North East USA Regional Vice President of Business Development Kelly Delle Fave all took part in the studio debate.
SBS Worldwide INC CEO Lars Kloch said: “It is rare for the international distribution of goods to be given the opportunity of a prime time TV slot. Businesses need the time savings and freight cost reduction that we offer to put them at an advantage over their competitors. We are delighted to have been offered this opportunity.”
The company’s supply chain experts answered a range of questions from 21st Century Business presenter Jackie Bales about the greatest challenges to moving stock direct to markets, creating distribution centre bypass models and how supply chain solution providers will adapt to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
The SBS Worldwide team also explained the company’s commitment to the Asian manufacturing powerbases, from India to China.
SBS Worldwide customer John Piccirilli, Director of Operations, M-Wave International, which offers a simple, efficient and secure approach to Low Cost Country sourcing, specializing in printed circuit boards, assemblies, wire harnesses, plastics, fabricated metals and specialty parts, also appeared on the program.

John was interviewed about the significance of speed to market for modern businesses and how SBS Worldwide’s solutions revolutionized its business.

21st Century Business airs on various national cable networks that are viewed by over 100 million viewers in the US as well as internationally via DirecTV and Dish Network.
The show provides its business viewers an in depth opportunity to find solutions to the industry problems from some of the top business leaders from across the world.
Following broadcast, the show can also be viewed through video on demand via





About SBS Worldwide
SBS Worldwide offers global freight forwarding and supply chain solutions to clients around the world. It has an established reputation for reliability, innovation and leading-edge solutions, helping to drive costs out of its customers’ international supply chains. SBS’s consultancy division, Virtualized Logistics, offers clients an in-depth review of their supply chains as well as state of the art visibility systems and management information. A privately-owned British company set up nearly 30 years ago, SBS Worldwide is headquartered in the UK, has offices across the US and China and has partners throughout the world. SBS Worldwide was named Freight Forwarder of the Year at IFW’s Freight Industry Awards 2010, won the BIFA Ocean Freight Award in the same year and the 2011 BIFA Supply Chain Management Award.

Mission Statement
‘SBS Worldwide’s central tenet is to ensure that its operations provide the highest quality of Freight and Supply Chain services throughout our privately owned company.

We will ensure that our customers’ expectations will be delivered by providing the highest quality of service appropriate for each market segment served through our focused business units.

We will develop mutually rewarding relationships with our employees, partners and suppliers beyond their expectations.

Safety and compliance is the first consideration in all our operations.

All of our corporate activities will be conducted to the highest ethical and professional standards.’