TORONTO Superior Plus Corp. announced significant changes to its executive leadership team. In line with the company’s strategy to evolve into a next-generation, low-carbon energy distribution company, Superior is taking deliberate steps to enable this strategy by transforming its leadership team.

The changes announced mark a new era for the company, and an important step in building an organization focused on creating shareholder value and providing next-generation energy solutions through organic growth and operational excellence. 

Grier Colter has been named chief financial officer (CFO). Grier is an established public company CFO with an impressive history of overseeing companies during periods of change. He holds substantial financial expertise spanning various sectors, including financial services, mining, retail and real estate.


Additionally, he brings deep experience in corporate finance and capital markets. Grier's background and previous accomplishments will be immensely beneficial as Superior strives to create shareholder value via organic growth and operational excellence. Before joining Superior, he served as the CFO at Lifeworks Inc. (formerly Morneau Shepell), following his tenure as CFO at ECN Capital.

In addition to Grier’s appointment, a new chief human resources officer will join the executive leadership team in the coming weeks.

As a result of these changes, Beth Summers, executive vice president and CFO, has left the company, effective immediately. The board and management team extend their gratitude to Summers for her contributions and dedicated service to Superior.

“I am confident that these leadership changes will accelerate Superior into its next phase of growth. Our new executives’ leadership and experience align seamlessly with our commitment to creating long-term shareholder value and Superior's unwavering dedication to being the North American leader in low-carbon energy distribution," said Allan MacDonald, CEO, Superior Plus Corp.