About Paul Iaderosa

Paul Iaderosa is the Vice President of Operations, Sourcing, Distribution Services, and Canada at HD Supply. His responsibilities include corporate operations, distribution and logistics, sourcing, and oversight of the Canadian division and its businesses: HD Supply Facilities Maintenance, HD Supply Electrical, HD Supply Brafasco, and HD Supply CTF Supply. Paul Iaderosa has been with HD Supply since May 2005 and was President of Crown Bolt. Before joining the company, Paul Iaderosa spent 10 years with General Electric in operations, logistics, and sourcing roles, most recently as Vice President of Global Operations for GE Sensing, a rapidly growing technology business focused on sensing solutions—both integrated solutions and individual sensor components that measure gas, temperature, humidity, and pressure in a variety of applications, including pharmaceutical, biomedical, security, and transportation applications. In February 2000, Paul Iaderosa served as Plant Manager at GE Mebane, North Carolina. In this role, he led and directed more than 750 employees in the primary electrical equipment facility of GE Industrial Systems. Paul Iaderosa received a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and History in 1984 from the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. Paul Iaderosa served in the Army with assignments in Germany and Luxembourg and received a Master’s degree in International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh as a U.S. Army fellow. He is a native of Virginia but spent most of his childhood in Pennsylvania. HD Supply (www.hdsupply.com) is a leading wholesale distribution company, providing a broad range of products and services to professional customers in the infrastructure and energy, maintenance, repair and improvement, and specialty construction markets. With a diverse portfolio of market-leading businesses, HD Supply is one of the largest diversified wholesale distributors in North America with approximately 1,000 locations.


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