CommScope gets new COO

CommScope, which supplies infrastructure solutions for communications networks, has named Randy Crenshaw chief operating officer.
Crenshaw has served CommScope as chief supply officer since late 2009 and previously was executive vice president and general manager of CommScope Enterprise Solutions. 
In his new role, he will lead CommScope’s supply chain, manufacturing, quality, product development and management, and business unit functions. 
Crenshaw succeeds Eddie Edwards, who has taken over as the company’s president and chief executive officer from Frank Drendel in January.
In addition, CommScope has named Chris Story and Mike Kelley to expanded operational roles in Crenshaw’s organization.
Story, who is senior vice president of global manufacturing, has been selected to lead the worldwide operations team and is responsible for all manufacturing, operations planning and logistics. 
Kelley has been appointed senior vice president of operations, with responsibility for all global operations of CommScope’s broadband and enterprise businesses, plus the operations of the cable products portfolios across the company.

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