WEST CHESTER, Pa. — Omni Cable, LLC (OmniCable), headquartered in West Chester, Pa., is excited to announce the launch of its newly formed Communications Business Unit and the hire of David Bemoras as its President. In this role, Bemoras is responsible for leading the business unit and growing the low-voltage and communications products business with distributors.
“OmniCable’s decision to invest in the redistribution of communications products adds value to suppliers and distributors by addressing unmet supply chain inefficiencies,” said Jeff Siegfried, Interim President and CEO of OmniCable. “OmniCable’s capabilities are being used by distributors daily, many of which need quick access to communications products to support their customer requirements.”
OmniCable brings value to manufacturers through the collaborative execution of efficient procurement programs. This collaboration enables manufacturers to improve service levels while reducing production costs, minimizing excess inventory, improving cash flow, and lowering transaction costs. Based on extensive feedback from distributors and manufacturers, OmniCable’s plan is to bring that same approach to the communications product/market segments.
Leading the business unit is industry veteran, Bemoras. Bemoras has over 30 years of sales, marketing, executive, and industry experience and leadership.
“I’m very excited to work with the outstanding team of industry professionals at OmniCable to develop and build a business unit entirely focused on the redistribution of Low Voltage & communications infrastructure products,” said Bemoras, “The Omni business model will be a growth and profitability ‘force multiplier’ for all types of distributors serving the Enterprise and Broadband end markets. I look forward to partnering with industry leading manufacturers and providing quick and easy access to a broad range of products leveraging Omni’s world class operations and logistics capabilities.”
Bemoras founded GNWC Wire Cable & Network Products in 1983, where he grew the business from the ground up, taking a single operation and expanding its product suite to one of the fastest-growing distribution companies nationwide. In 1997, he partnered with private equity and Communications Supply, and was part of the executive leadership team that executed an industry consolidation acquisition strategy that created a national $750 million dollar distribution business. In 2006, Communications Supply was sold to Wesco International. Bemoras then became President of the Data Communications/Low Voltage Division at Wesco. During his 11-year tenure with Wesco, he also served as the Global Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing.