Tool distribution firm names new head of Lakeland-based U.S. division
Pete Peterson has been promoted from chief commercial officer to president at Integrated Supply Network, while Mark Majeske takes over as interim CEO.
Business Observer Staff
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Integrated Supply Network, an international distributor of automotive tools, garage equipment and supplies, has promoted Pete Peterson to president of its Lakeland-based U.S. division.
According to a news release, Peterson joined ISN in 2020 in the role of chief commercial officer after initially working with the company as a consultant. He has also worked for Tech Data, Brocade and Xerox.
Over the past two years, the release states, Peterson has led ISN through a sales transformation initiative that streamlined and reorganized the company’s business-to-business channels.
“ISN experienced double-digit growth in 2020 and 2021 as the market leader, and we’ve made strategic investments in our people, platforms and programs to support our growth and expand on the customer experience,” Peterson states in the release. “We plan to build on that success by further aligning the brands and building strategic commercial relationships.”
Peterson’s promotion at ISN, the release states, comes as Mark Majeske assumes the role of interim CEO, succeeding Tim Kolbus. Majeske, who formerly served as executive chair of the board, will lead ISN’s search for a permanent CEO.
“We have a very strong senior leadership team at ISN who are running the business,” Majeske states in the release. “Pete will build the frontline relationships with suppliers and customers, which allows me to maintain the focus on overall profitability and to find a CEO who will lead and direct ISN as an international business.”