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The latest company to enter the B2B e-commerce world has debuted with a huge splash on Wall Street. Now we wait to see if Alibaba.com will challenge AmazonSupply for online business in electrical distribution.
The security breach lasted for months and may have impacted more than 56 million debit and credit cards.
Each finalist receives $500 in cash and $500 in Klein tools for the training center. The six regional winners will be posted online where people can vote for the grand prize winner.
In her new role, Lambros will focus on documentation and assessment of EYE Lighting ERP systems. Lambros has broad experience in the information technology field, especially with ERP systems for manufacturing companies.
Industry expert to manage markets in Arizona, New Mexico, and El Paso. Prior to joining Crescent Electric, Franey spearheaded the lighting
rebate department within the Salt River Project commercial rebate
Routeco is one of the
leading distributors of industrial control and automation products and
services in the UK. The transaction is expected to close during the fourth quarter
Anixter International Inc. today announced that it has
completed the acquisition of Tri-Ed for a total purchase price of $420
million. Tri-Ed generated approximately $570 million in sales over the trailing twelve months ending
June 30, 2014.
Hunzicker Brothers, Inc., announced today that the company has signed an agreement to acquire the business of SESCO. SESCO is an independent electrical distributor with four strategic locations in the state of Oklahoma.
Cattelona gained experience in the electrical industry as an auditor and
lighting design specialist for Facility Solutions Group before
migrating to the manufacturer side of operations with EiKo Global LLC.
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