Keystone Technologies Names Ira Greenberg as CEO

MONTGOMERYVILLE, PA — Keystone Technologies recently appointed Ira Greenberg as Chief Executive Officer in a move to strengthen the company’s commitment to expanding into new markets and embracing the latest in lighting technology. Greenberg has been with the company for over 13 years and most recently served as Chief Operating Officer. Under his leadership as COO, the company made a significant investment in growing their product offering to include an array of lighting ballasts, lamps, and retrofit products. As a result, Keystone strengthened their presence with Electrical Distribution and now counts 19 warehouses that service thousands of local and national electrical wholesalers.

“This is the most exciting time in Keystone’s seventy year history,” says Greenberg. “Combining our legacy as a trusted provider of quality lighting products with the transformative dynamics of LED technologies, Keystone is uniquely positioned to deliver exceptional value to our OEM and Distribution customers. I look forward to bolstering our reputation of Light Made Easy.”

Greenberg earned his MBA at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and his BBA at the Goizueta Business School at Emory University.

Additionally, Keystone promoted Jake Alpert to the position of Vice President of Operations. Alpert has been with the company for three years, overseeing the operations and logistics functions. In his new role, Alpert will be an integral member of the finance, human resources, and operations teams. He holds a BA in Mathematics from Cornell University.

About Keystone Technologies:
Since 1945, Keystone has manufactured quality-driven lighting solutions to the industry’s leading lighting fixture manufacturers and wholesale distributors. Keystone offers a full catalog of lighting products including a comprehensive line of Fluorescent, HID and UV Ballast Kits, LED Systems, Transformers, Sensors and Fluorescent Lamps. Keystone operates fulfillment centers in Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Louisville, Memphis, Miami, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, San Francisco, and Syracuse. For more information, visit

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