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Burndy Makes Organizational Announcement

Burndy Makes Organizational Announcement

burndy-rodd-ruland.JPGJanuary 3, 2013 -- Rodd Ruland, President of BURNDY LLC, an affiliate of Hubbell Incorporated, has now added responsibilities for both Hubbell Canada LP and Hubbell de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. These operations serve as the focal point through which many Hubbell products are marketed to Canadian and Mexican customers.

Rodd was managing the BURNDY division of FCI in October 2009, when it was acquired by Hubbell Incorporated. During the past three years, he has successfully integrated BURNDY LLC operations, significantly grown sales and consistently delivered strong operational results. In 2011, Rodd also led the business development initiative to expand BURNDY LLC with the acquisition of the Wiley product line, the #1 brand in solar grounding products to the Hubbell connector, grounding and tooling products portfolio.

Rodd earned his Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Gettysburg College. He has held roles of increasing responsibility across a variety of functions including, finance, sales, marketing, product management and business development in the US and Europe at companies including AMP, Tyco Electronics and FCI.


Headquartered in Manchester, New Hampshire BURNDY has over 85 years of dedicated customer support in both service and product. Our customers need to look no further than BURNDY for all their connector, tool, and accessory needs with our BURNDY Engineered Systems of coordinating dies, connectors and tools. The three elements have been specifically designed to work together and engineered to meet stringent, accepted quality standards – providing the user complete confidence in the integrity of the connection.

Since 2009, BURNDY LLC has been a key brand under the Electrical Systems Platform of Hubbell Incorporated. More information can be found at


47 E. Industrial Park Drive, Manchester, New Hampshire, 03109,



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