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Chairman and CEO Bill Hammond is retiring from his role as CEO after a 45-year career at HPS.
Sonepar subsidiary Crawford will now support Schneider Electric's Square D products at locations in Texas and Louisiana.
Bill Tolley will serve as interim CEO, replacing departing CEO Manish Bhandari.
Blake Varbero now leads the national sales efforts for Turtle's Integrated Supply unit that provides MRO products distribution and services.
The electrical distributor has created a dedicated team to serve the residential market.
John Kerkhove takes the position after serving as President of Horizon Solutions, which Rexel acquired in July 2022.
The electrical distributor will have a new Richmond, Virginia District VP and a new technology head on April 1.
Donald Slominski Jr., who has been with McNaughton-McKay since 1996, will step down from his CEO role at the end of March.
Schaedler Yesco now operates a total of 27 locations following the acquisition.
Rexel's full-year sales benefited from the company's acquisitions of Mayer and Horizon Solutions.
The distributor of electrical and industrial products continues to blossom since its acquisition of Anixter International in 2020.
OneSource saw significant growth in each of its business segments in 2022.
The two acquisitions support Auxo's recent purchase of Golden State Supply, another wire and cable manufacturer.
The new international Wesco Anixter brand represents the combined organization across its CALA, EMEA and APAC regions.
Since the start of 2021, France-based Rexel has acquired approximately $1.85 billion of sales via 10 transactions.
Learn about the electrical and industrial supplies distributor's vision for the future as it celebrates its centennial throughout 2023.
Crescent Electric has appointed Tom Fechter to Senior Director of Industrial Sales, a newly created position within the company.
Sonepar is off to a fast start in 2023, having already made two acquisitions in the new year.
Green Mountain expands to 18 locations with its acquisition of Scott Electric Supply.