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Fort Worth-based TTI Inc., an authorized distributor of interconnect, passive, electromechanical and discrete components, said Feb. 26 it has made several changes to its senior management structure.

Effective April 1, Mike Morton, president of TTI Americas, will assume the position of senior vice president and president, TTI global sales and marketing, reporting directly to CEO Paul Andrews. Until later in the year, Morton will continue serving in his current position as president, TTI Americas.

In Europe, Asia and Israel, the following management restructure is taking place. Glyn Dennehy, moves into the position of president, EMEA. In Asia, Anthony Chan has been promoted to president, Asia Pacific and Yigal Funk, president TTI Israel. They also will report directly to Morton.

The organizational restructure named Don Akery to the position of senior vice president, TTI Global Business Operations. He will have global responsibility for providing strategic direction, leadership and management for all warehousing and logistics operations, along with total quality and continuous improvement operations. Akery also will directly lead the newly announced Global TTI Supply Services (TSS) Division.

Reposted from February 2015 

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