Cubic Transportation Names Ab Jenkins General Counsel, Secretary

Cubic Corp. subsidiary Cubic Transportation Services, has appointed Ab Jenkins as general counsel and secretary.

Cubic said Jenkins will direct and plan all aspects of the subsidiary’s legal affairs and help coordinate the company’s legal activity worldwide.

Jenkins will also provide legal counsel for contracts and subcontracts with international and domestic agents, representatives and customers.

Steve Shewmaker, president of Cubic Transportation Systems, said Jenkins’ legal background will help the company pursue its expansion of technologies for fare collection and mobile phone-based payment.

Jenkins joined Cubic and 2003 and has served as legal counsel for the company’s global tracking solutions and security systems subsidiaries.

He also managed the company’s corporation ethics and compliance program and provided legal support to the company and its subsidiaries in benefits, acquisitions, real estate and other corporate-related support.

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