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Headquarters: Atlanta, GA
2010 Revenues: $449 million
Change in Sales from 2009: 30.1%
Key Executives: President and CEO Bob Thomas; Sr. VP & CFO Matt Tyser ; Sr. VP Logistics Bill Knight ; Sr. VP Electrical Electronic Business Alex Gonzalez ;Sr. VP Marketing Larry Griffin; Sr. VP Converting & Fabrication Tom Jones ; Sr. VP Seacoast Electric David Quinn
Positive sales growth for EIS, Inc., a subsidiary of Genuine Parts Co., can be partly attributed to the two acquisitions it made in 2010: Fay Wire, Elmhurst, IL, and Seacoast Electric Company, Hawthorne, NY. But the distributor says most of the markets it focuses on are experiencing growth right now, particularly markets related to alternative energy generation. Areas EIS will be focusing on in 2011include electric power generation and green power technologies (HV/EV and battery development, wind, solar primarily).
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