Navarre New CEO of Croscill, Glenoit, Excell

Marc NavarreMarc Navarre

NEW YORK-Marc Navarre has been named the president and chief executive officer of Croscill, Glenoit and Excell.

Most recently, Navarre was the president and CEO of Groupe SEB, North America, where he oversaw the management of housewares brands such as All-Clad, T-Fal, WearEver, Rowenta, Moulinex and Krups. Previously, Navarre served as the president and CEO of All-Clad Metal Crafters.

"Marc's track record for growth and innovation while the leader of other well-known brands in the housewares industry made him an attractive candidate to drive the future of Croscill, Glenoit and Excell," said Lynn Tilton, the CEO of Patriarch, a private equity firm and major stakeholder in Croscill, Glenoit and Excell. "His experience and established relationships as a proven global business developer will help foster accelerated expansion and increased marketshare of these great brands." 

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