Paul Iaderosa spent a decade with General Electric, taking on responsibility for operations, logistics, and sourcing in a variety of positions. He joined the company as Commodity Team Leader in Connecticut, where he managed cross-functional teams in the execution of a strategy that sourced metals at the lowest cost and highest quality for 53 GE Electrical Distribution and Control plants across the globe. Paul Iaderosa then became Sourcing Manager for the Power Equipment Business, providing leadership for 13 plant locations and $225 million in annual material purchases. After a year in that position, he earned another promotion to Global Commodity Manager of Metals.
In 2001, Paul Iaderosa became Plant Manager of the second largest GE Industrial Systems Plant on the continent. Using Six Sigma methodology and practices, he focused on enhancing inventory turns, quality, customer service, and cost-out/variable cost productivity. He ultimately improved variable cost productivity, beating the planned cost by $900,000. He also increased sales by five percent while decreasing overtime by more than four percent. In his last position with the firm, Paul Iaderosa functioned as Vice President of Global Manufacturing and Sourcing. He took on responsibility for manufacturing, sourcing, employment health and safety, and business simplification. Mr. Iaderosa generated cash flow while increasing inventory turns by 17 percent and earned recognition for Best Practices from the CEO of GE Infrastructure.
Paul Iaderosa left GE to pursue employment with HD Supply (formerly Home Depot Supply) in Atlanta, Georgia. Acting as Senior Vice President of Operations and Sourcing, he managed all operations, sourcing, and vendor relations for a wide range of products and services tailored to industry professionals in fields including repair and improvement, specialty construction, infrastructure and energy, and maintenance.
Mr. Iaderosa holds a B.A. in History and a Master’s Degree in Public and International Affairs.
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