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Berk-Tek’s St. Cyr receives distinguished career award

The Wire and Cable Manufacturers Alliance Inc. (WCMA) has named Kevin St. Cyr, president of Berk-Tek as one of the ...


March 15, 2006  


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The Wire and Cable Manufacturers Alliance Inc. (WCMA) has named Kevin St. Cyr, president of Berk-Tek as one of the recipients of the 2006 Charles D. Scott Distinguished Career awards.

The award recognizes industry professionals who have a minimum of 25 years in the wire and cable industry and who have made significant commercial or technical contributions during that time.

St. Cyr joined Berk-Tek, a Nexans Company, in 1996 as senior vice president of marketing and sales. He was named president in 1999 and in 2003, his responsibilities increased to include global product management of high-speed data communications (LAN) cable solutions.

Prior to joining the firm, he was vice president of marketing for Champlain Cable Corp., a U.S. subsidiary of Swiss-based Huber+Suhner AG, for seven years.

Before that, St. Cyr held various technical, sales, and marketing management positions for nearly 10 years at General Electric’s Plastics Group.

The Wire & Cable Clubs of America established the award in 1985 in memory of Charles Scott, founder and president of Northeast Wire.

The WCMA, which was formed last year as its successor organization, currently has 60 corporate members with over 185 company representatives.