L&W Supply has announced that Phil Orapello has accepted the position of Branch Manager for L&W Supply Allentown, Pennsylvania, replacing Gary Huster who retired in late March.
Orapello brings with him years of experience spent working in the roofing, millwork and door industries, before eventually joining the distribution side of the business. Since then, his career has taken him through several different positions, including Branch Manager and District manager, helping to strengthen his knowledge of the world of building materials.
“Phil is a strong worker and one of the best possible candidates for the position,” says Bill Guiliano, Mid-Atlantic District Manager. “Allentown is a unique market with challenges and opportunities that are not found in other places. I have no doubt that Phil will continue to inspire and motivate the associates around him.”
As Branch Manager, Orapello will be responsible for overseeing the Allentown branch. This involves coordinating deliveries with branch associates, overseeing personnel and managing customer relationships in order to ensure world-class service. To learn more information about L&W Supply Allentown, visit the branch page.
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