New Rexel Product Managers - For Lighting & Datacom

Rexel Inc., one of the largest electrical distributors in the U.S., now has new Lighting + Dataacom product managers.

Rexel Inc. has restructured product management positions in its Dallas corporate office.

Robert Stroescu is now Product Manager - Lighting and Erynn Mullinax Keenen is now Product Manager - Datacom.

Stroescu was Product Manager for Datacom. He replaces Karl Williams, who was promoted from the Lighting position recently to Director of Product Management. "Lighting is a major category for Rexel, accounting for roughly one -fifth of our sales dollars," said John Kudlacek, vice president of marketing and purchasing.

Stroescu joined Rexel's marketing department in 2000 as a market analyst. In his Datacom position, he launched the Gigamedia product and was instrumental in development of the company's Conectis/Strategic Datacom business.

Keenen came to Rexel in 1992, taking a position at its Kansas City branch. She transferred to Dallas in 1999, where she has worked in various Datacom positions. "We continue to regard Datacom as a core growth opportunity," Kudlacek noted.

Keenen and Stroescu are two of the company's five product managers; all report to Williams at Rexel's Dallas national headquarters.

About Rexel
Rexel Inc. (www.rexelusa.com) is a unit of Paris -based Rexel SA, the world's largest electrical/datacom distributor. With more than 4,400 employees operating out of 280 branch locations in the U.S. and Bermuda, Rexel's U.S. sales should top $2.2 billion in 2005.

Rexel SA operates out of 1,700 locations in 29 countries. With more than 21,000 employees, the company had 2004 sales approximating $8.5 billion.

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