Seimitsu, Corp. Hires Business Leader Mark Cribbs to Aid Expansion for TrueConnX Home

Staff Report From Georgia CEO

Thursday, February 22nd, 2024

Feb. 19, 2024, Seimitsu, Corp., a Savannah-based Broadband Service Provider (BSP), has hired business leader Mark Cribbs as the director of TrueConnX Home, Seimitsu’s Fiber To The Home (FTTH) initiative. His role will help lead expansion in residential areas as the company celebrates 40 years of being a leading internet and Wi-Fi service provider for the Savannah business community.

“It is truly a blessing to be a part of Seimitsu and all that we do for our clients and our community,” Cribbs said. “My first experience with Seimitsu was as a client over 30 years ago, and even then Sam Cook and his team were focused on being the leaders in innovation, service delivery, exceptional customer service and community involvement. 

A 1991 graduate of Georgia Southern University, Cribbs has over 30 years of experience driving success and improvement in the organization leadership, technology, account management and finance and accounting sectors. Cribbs also has extensive experience in the MSP, staffing, manufacturing and intermodal logistics industries.

His leadership aided in the acquisition of Wholesome Foods, Inc., a Daytona-based organic sugar company, by Savannah Foods, Inc. He was also a leader in the creation of CORBAK Office Technology Solutions, a Savannah MSP providing IT/VOIP services and HR/Payroll services.

Cribbs’ role as a leader not only applies to work but to community sports as well. He’s a head coach for the Forest City Gun Club Juniors and the Calvary Day School Clay Target Team. Along with clay target shooting, he also enjoys boating, fishing and hunting.