HCM announces promotions

Jan. 31, 2007
January 31, 2007 -- Hitachi Cable Manchester (HCM) announced that it has increased its sales force while promoting a number of employees.

January 31, 2007 -- Citing 2006 as "a banner year" and the "continued growth of the company," Hitachi Cable Manchester (HCM - www.hcm.hitachi.com) announced that it has increased its sales force while promoting a number of employees.

The promotions are as follows:

Lynne Humenik was promoted from senior vice president, premise and fiber to executive vice president and board member of Hitachi Cable Limited.

Mike Gallant was promoted from vice president of operations to senior vice president.

Cheryl Kula was promoted from human resources manager to director of human resources.

Eugene Urbina was promoted from engineering manager to director of engineering.

Stephen Dane, North American sales manager was promoted to director of sales, premise and fiber.

Also, Bruce Paige joined HCM as the company's Northeast regional sales manager.

According to a press release, HCM exceeded its sales goals in 2006 and continued to "significantly increase" its market share in the copper and fiber-optic data communications industry. Located in Manchester, New Hampshire, the company manufactures over 3,200 different copper and fiber-optic cable products at its 300,000 square foot facility.

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