HOLT Electrical Supplies Hires New Director of Operations

United States, Missouri, St. Louis – 06-26-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — HOLT Electrical Supplies added industry veteran Keith Adkisson to its team as Director of Operations. Adkisson brings over 18 years of successful operations and management experience to the role.

Adkisson will oversee HOLT’s warehouse, logistics, and purchasing teams. He will call upon his wealth of knowledge and experience to drive efficiencies across all aspects of HOLT’s operations. He will also work closely with company leadership to develop and execute long-term strategic plans that drive growth, employee engagement, and customer satisfaction.“We are proud to welcome Keith to the HOLT team, and I’m looking forward to working with him to keep improving,” said Ryan Holtzman, company vice president.Adkisson will also be using his technological knowledge to leverage its computer operating system, in addition to managing people.“Being part of a family-owned business was important to me,” said Adkisson about joining the HOLT team. “I’m looking forward to working closely with HOLT’s leadership to make smart decisions that will help us grow.”About HOLT Electrical Supplies: HOLT Electrical Supplies, Inc. is a family-owned, full-line electrical distributor that has been serving the industry since 1960. With six branches in Missouri, HOLT has the capacity to meet any residential, commercial, or industrial needs with personalized service.

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