Mark Mauti Appointed as RWC General Manager with Rexel Canada 

July 3, 2023

Announcement by Jeff Moyle, Vice President, Digital & Supplier Strategy, Rexel Canada

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Mark Mauti as the new General Manager for our RWC division, who will report to Jeffrey Moyle. Mark brings an exceptional track record and extensive experience in the Electrical and Electronic Cable industry, making him the perfect candidate to drive success in this role.

With 26 years of experience in electrical distribution, including senior leadership positions at both Anixter and Wesco, Mark’s expertise is well-suited for the challenges ahead. His deep understanding of the industry, acquired through years of experience, ensures that he is well versed in the intricacies and nuances of wire and cable management. Additionally, Mark’s completion of the Supply Chain Management Professional program further strengthens his credentials.

Mark Mauti’s previous role as the Director of Category Management at Wesco Canada showcased his ability to work in a fast-paced electrical distribution environment.

He successfully led cross-functional product line reviews and demonstrated exceptional expertise in driving growth. During his tenure as the Vice President of Category Management, Mark displayed exemplary leadership skills by setting a clear vision and mission for the cable and connectivity product category. His strategic guidance and support led to consistent profitability growth across multiple business units.

Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Mark Mauti as our new RWC General Manager. With his qualifications and proven leadership abilities, we are confident that under his guidance, the RWC division will flourish and reach new heights of success. We look forward to his contributions and the positive impact he will undoubtedly make.


To learn more, visit the announcement on LinkedIn HERE.

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