Rexel, a global leader in the distribution of electrical supplies and services, serves three main end markets: industrial, commercial and residential.
The Group operates in 37 countries, with a network of some 2,100 branches, and employs over 28,000 people. Rexel’s sales were €12.7 billion in 2011.
For more information, visit Rexel’s web site at www.rexel.com
We have got 3,500 staff working right across the Rexel business from: Branch to HR, Commercial to Credit Control. We've asked some of them what they think of working for Rexel - click to see what they have to say. We hope you'll be joining them soon...
What our people have to say about us
Mark Ludwig - Managing Director for WF Senate
Joined Rexel in 1984
I started my career with Denmans Electrical Wholesalers back in 1984 as a Sales Executive in Nottingham. This opportunity gave me the chance to get involved with the branch and develop my product knowledge.
Paul Clunn - Regional Director
Joined in 2007
Something I feel very positive about is the support for cross-functional moves. It's all about building broad business leaders and it's great for everyone involved.
Tammy Parr - National Accounts Support Manager for WF Senate
Joined Rexel in 2004
It's the people who work here that really make Rexel what it is. They are extremely professional and fantastically hard working.
Tom Akroyd - Branch Manager
Joined Rexel 2004
That's the real beauty of Rexel. If you've got potential, you will be in the right environment to make your dreams happen.
Projects that the Rexel Group have completed
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WF Senate work with companies such as British Nuclear Fuels which is owned by the Government to provide equipment to the Nuclear power stations in Whitehaven and Preston.
Newey & Eyre have worked with Bailey Rail to complete the multi million transformation of Kings Cross Railway Station in London.
Newey & Eyre and WF Senate are both currently providing equipment for the Sellar Group who are currently constructing the ‘Shard of Glass’ that is transforming London’s skyline with a new hotel, offices, apartments and restaurants.
WF Senate work very closely with the Environment Agency with providing equipment for the Thames Barrier in London to prevent the City of London being flooded during periods of peak water flow.
WF Senate and also Newey & Eyre have won major contracts with the contractors on the Olympics site in Stratford, East London. They have both provided products for the Olympic Stadium, the Velodrome, the Aquatics centre and also the Olympic village.