C&M Announces the Appointment of Roger Rue as Global Supply Chain Specialist


C&M Corporation, a vertically integrated manufacturer of bulk cable, coil cords, and cable assemblies, has announced the appointment of Roger Rue as Global Supply Chain Specialist.

(I-Newswire) July 12, 2010 - Rue's background includes over 17 years in international sourcing, qualification, and procurement, with extensive on-the-ground experience in Asia, India, Europe, and Mexico. His professional portfolio relative to component sourcing includes plastic injection molded parts, molded assemblies, fabricated assemblies, and machined parts.

Rue's resume includes Guill Tool and Engineering in Warwick, RI, where he served as Purchasing Manager, Bacou-Dalloz in Smithfield, RI, where he filled the role of International Sourcing Specialist, and Barry Controls in Brighton, MA, where he acted as a Commodity Manager. He holds a BS/BA in Finance and an MBA in Marketing from Bryant University. He has also earned a certification in Program Management from Boston University.

C&M Corporation, headquartered in Wauregan, CT, is an integrated manufacturer of bulk cable, coil cords, and cable assemblies (both molded and mechanical). C&M offers manufacturing options in the US, Mexico, and China and produces a wide range of cable interconnect solutions for the Industrial, Multi-media, Renewable Energy, Military, Medical, Data Collection, and Datacom/Telecom marketplaces. C&M is a leader in providing engineered interconnect solutions through reliable customer service, world class quality systems, and a wide breadth of manufacturing capabilities that include bulk cable production, internal mold tool fabrication, and innovative assembly constructions. For more information call 860-774-4812 or visit C&M at www.cmcorporation.com.






About C&M Corporation

C&M Corporation is a vertically integrated manufacturer of custom cable, coil cords and cable assemb   More..lies. As a worldwide, RoHS compliant cable and cable assembly manufacturer of advanced power and signal transmission cable solutions, C&M employs the most current processes for lean manufacturing and cycle time reduction to deliver superior cost-competitive cables and cable assemblies faster than anyone else in the industry.Less..

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C&M Corporation
Mike Levesque
51 South Walnut St.
06387
Phone : 860.774.4812

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