Greg Timm is the President and Chief Executive Officer of PCB Global Trade Management., directly overseeing the operations of Pacific Customs Brokers Ltd. (Can), Pacific Customs Brokers Inc. (US), PCB Freight Management Ltd., Sovereign Management Group Inc., The Derby Bar And Grill, Border Racing Ltd. PCB Sufferance Warehouse Ltd., and PCB Properties Ltd.
Greg is a leader in the field of business and international logistics. A graduate of the British Columbia Institute of Technology, Greg holds a Diploma of Technology in the School of Business, High Tech Sales. He is a lifelong learner who continued his studies at Douglas College and Kwantlen Polytechnique University.
He began his career leading the Marketing and sales efforts for Pac-Ex Services Ltd. His role later expanded to include Property and General Manager and became the founding President of PCB Freight Management Ltd. He was the driving force in the diversification of services, including expanding into the US, successfully forming Pacific Customs Brokers Inc. (US), and establishing a presence in the Pacific Northwest. Greg has overseen the growth increase of these companies from 75 employees in 1999 to 275 employees today. His constant aim for excellence and ability to remove obstacles in the way of progress has led him to hold directorship on several prominent companies for over 26 years. In 2013 and 2020, Greg received the Business Leader of the Year (Corporate) award, presented by the South Surrey & White Rock Chamber of Commerce.
Greg has been a leader in the community of Surrey, British Columbia, for over 30 years. His staunch leadership and support of the Softball BC raised the profile of women and girls Fastpitch. With decades of experience as Chair of the Canada Cup International Women’s Fastpitch competition, in 2014, Greg formed the City of Surrey bid committee for the 2016 WBSC XV Women’s Softball Championship. The tournament welcomed 31 nations to the local community and received national recognition as the tournament of its kind to take place in British Columbia. In 2015, Greg’s community involvement was recognized with the BC Achievement Community Award. As President of the Canadian Amateur Sports Society, Greg continues to support this sport and the girls and women who love it through programs like SuperKids; a community program for under-represented youth.