RADNOR, PA – March 29, 2016 – Storeroom Solutions, Inc., provider of supply chain management services, today announced the hiring of Robert Larney as Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

“Bob has extensive financial and operational experience with global companies in the manufacturing and service sectors,” said Carlos Tellez, President and CEO of Storeroom Solutions. “He has a firm understanding of the type of company we are now and what we are striving to become.”

Previously, Larney served as interim CEO and CFO for Philadelphia-based CDI Corporation, a $1.2 billion staffing and engineering company with more than 10,000 employees, primarily located in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom and Australia. Earlier in his career he worked as a Plant Cost Accounting Manager for FMC Corp, Industrial Chemicals Group.

“His broad experience at both the corporate and plant level certainly adds value to our company and our customers,” Tellez said. “We’re excited that he is joining the team.”


About Storeroom Solutions, Inc.
Storeroom Solutions provides comprehensive supply chain, asset and technology management services to companies throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico and Singapore, improving plant reliability and overall maintenance effectiveness. Services include Storeroom Operations, Inventory Management, Strategic Sourcing and Procurement, CMMS, Asset Services, Master Data Leadership™, maintenance reliability and more. For more information, visit www.storeroomsolutions.com.

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