Southwire announced that Norman Adkins, formerly President of Wire and Cable and Chief Operating Officer, will assume responsibility for the company’s Tools, Components and Assembled Solutions (TCAS) business following the departure of Brandon Moss.
The news comes five days after Southwire announced a facility expansion at the company’s Alabama headquarters
“The TCAS organization represents a significant part of Southwire’s strategy, our commitment to growth and our expectations toward how we will serve our customers and our industry for the long-term,” Adkins said in a news release.
Brandon Moss, Southwire’s current President of TCAS, announced he will resign from Southwire for a role outside of the company.
Since joining the company in 2007, Moss’s leadership has driven the formation of the company’s TCAS business, which has experienced significant growth, both organically and via acquisition, over the last decade.
In this transition, Peter Lugo, Senior Vice President of Product Management, will report to Adkins and lead Southwire’s TCAS business.
“We talk a lot about the re-electrification of North America. The markets we serve through our TCAS business will play a major role in how we will meet the evolving needs of our customers today and in the future,” said Rich Stinson, Southwire’s President and CEO. “We expect TCAS to grow to a multi-billion-dollar business in the next few years, and I look forward to what is in store for this team under Norman and Peter’s leadership.”