Turtle & Hughes Introduces Manager of Business Development

Jack Bartoszek

LINDEN, N.J. – Jack Bartoszek, a senior industry professional with more than 30 years of experience, has joined Turtle & Hughes as Manager of Business Development. Bartoszek will focus on expanding national construction account sales, as well as growing the company’s new government-focused business unit.

“Jack has everything that we look for in a model employee,” said Luis Valls, President of Turtle & Hughes, which ranks among the nation’s top 20 electrical distribution companies with offices nationwide. “He has proven technical expertise and is a passionate entrepreneur. He continually strives to provide innovative solutions for his customers, while providing the very best service in the industry. We are fortunate to have him join our team.”

Bartoszek is an engineer who spent over 20 years at Gexpro as a Strategic Account Manager. There, his biggest achievements were expanding services and successfully creating new business units. Prior to that, his interests and drive led him to purchase a performance sports training franchise; develop and sell sports training products; and create a marketing company before returning to his roots in the electrical industry. For the first ten years of his career, Bartoszek served as Field Sales Engineer for Crouse-Hinds. He graduated from Clarkson University with a bachelor degree in Science Engineering and Management.

The new government department, under the direction of Randy Roessle, Executive Vice President at Turtle & Hughes, expands on the company’s long track record of successfully completing complex public infrastructure projects. It engages a team of integration specialists and engineers to partner with contractors that are prime to government and agency projects core to infrastructure, transit and transport, water/wastewater, and energy production, resiliency, storage, and management. It launched in January 2019.

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