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DiversiTech Corp. announced that its board of directors has appointed Andy Bergdoll as CEO.
Bergdoll most recently served as group vice president of U.S. operations of WESCO International, a leading provider of electrical, communications, MRO products, construction materials, and advanced supply chain management and logistics services to the industrial, commercial and utility markets.
“When we began our search for DiversiTech’s next CEO, we focused on finding a highly experienced and effective leader with the skills, vision and growth mindset to drive the company to deliver an even higher level of product offerings, service quality and innovation for our customers” said John Coyle, a member of DiversiTech’s board. “We have found that and more with Andy, who brings a wealth of both domestic and international experience, and we are incredibly excited to have him leading the DiversiTech team.”
Bergdoll commented: “It’s an honor to be joining DiversiTech as CEO. The company has an impressive history of delivering innovative products and solutions and outstanding service to its customers, and I am eager to work alongside the team to build on its market-leading position in the HVACR industry. I am excited to bring my experience building customer-centric innovation and service-oriented businesses to DiversiTech and to lead the next stage of the company’s growth.”
In his previous role at WESCO, Bergdoll was responsible for a portfolio of businesses with approximately 5,000 sales, service, technical and administrative associates across 300 locations. Prior to WESCO, he served as president and CEO of Liberty Wire & Cable (which was acquired by WESCO in 2007) where he drove significant top- and bottom-line growth, while scaling operations. He has also held various leadership positions at Veolia Environment, US Filter, Booz Allen Hamilton, and General Electric.
Bergdoll holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Lehigh University and an MBA in Industrial Administration from Carnegie Mellon University.