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Katina Kravik promoted to chief executive officer of Northwire

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Katina Kravik has been promoted to chief executive officer of Northwire – Technical Cable. Kravik represents the third generation in her family to own and lead the privately held 37-year old company.

'As an innovative solutions provider, Northwire's principal objective is to enhance every aspect of the customers' experience,' said Kravik. 'We will continue to invest in our valued employees in the areas of professional development including design for Six Sigma, project management and Lean. These platforms will enable us to add more value to our customers, and innovate a wider and deeper breadth of product offerings with increased velocity.'

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