Radix Wire & Cable has named Jeremy Tuttle as its new CEO, replacing retiring CEO Jeff Leone. Leone will continue to serve on the Radix Board of Directors and provide guidance during the transition.
Tuttle joined the Radix team three years ago as the VP of Sales and Marketing and has been instrumental in growing the company’s product line and revenue. Prior to Radix, Tuttle spent 14 years with ITW Powertrain Fastening, where he last served as the Director of Global Sales and Engineering, leading sales and engineering teams in the United States, Europe, and China.
“Jeremy has been a tremendous asset to Radix and our customers,” said Leone. “His leadership has led to enhanced collaboration across departments, and he has a talent for motivating teams and delivering exceptional results.”
Tuttle graduated from the University of Michigan with both a B.S. in Materials Science & Engineering and an MBA.
Leone added that Tuttle’s strategic mindset, industry knowledge, and commitment to excellence will continue to strengthen Radix’s operations and innovation, leading the company into a new era of growth and prosperity.
About Radix Wire
Founded in 1944, Radix is the leading manufacturer of high-performance electrical and communications wire and cable for extreme temperature, fire resistant, and other harsh environment applications. The company’s expanding product portfolio sets the standard for unique wire and cable products, featuring temperature ratings from 125°C to above 1,000°C and a wide range of voltages. Built to withstand the most challenging conditions, Radix products are used in emergency safety systems, demanding MRO applications, and by original equipment manufacturers in various consumer, commercial, and industrial markets including construction, durable goods, motor systems, automotive, energy, aerospace, defense, and others.