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John Russell has been named president and CEO of Maysteel LLC, a Menomonee Falls, Wis.-headquartered manufacturer of precision metal enclosures, assemblies and systems used in the electronics, power distribution and general industrial markets.

As president and CEO, Russell will be responsible for overseeing the organization and identifying new opportunities for growth. He has more than 23 years of business experience and most recently served as president and CEO of Neoplan USA, a manufacturer of custom-designed transit buses.

Before working at Neoplan USA, Russell was employed by Brunswick's Mercury Marine, where he held a variety of positions, including executive positions in strategic development, finance and operations, before becoming president of Brunswick Billiards and later president of the U.S. Marine division.


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