White Cap names merchandising exec
White Cap Construction Supply, a division of Atlanta-based HD Supply, has announced the appointment of Ross Anker as VP merchandising.
In this role, Anker will help to define and execute major product initiatives for the company. He will focus on supplier relations and agreements, product assortment, new product introduction and volume and margin expansion.
Anker will report to HD Supply’s White Cap President John Stegeman. Prior to HD Supply White Cap, Anker served as senior VP product management, marketing, and Information systems & Six Sigma for MSC Industrial Supply in Melville, N.Y. He has extensive experience in development, P&L management, purchasing, merchandising and marketing. Within MSC Industrial Supply, he also managed several areas of operations including two subsidiaries while also having responsibility for the overall MSC strategic planning process.
White Cap Construction Supply is the nation’s leading distributor of specialty hardware, tools and materials for large and medium-sized contractors working in the construction industry.
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Research: Vacuums make surprisingly good gifts
Floor care products make perfectly acceptable holiday gifts, according to research just released by The NPD Group. In its consumer tracking study, conducted between November 2010 and October 2011, the market research firm discovered that 6% of all floor care appliances — the majority of them vacuums — were purchased as a gift for someone else. And in half of the purchases, the item was intended as a Christmas or Hanukkah gift.
Other data teased from the study indicate that 45% of vacuums sold are upright models, while 25% of the robotic vacuums purchased were bought in November and December 2010.
Not surprisingly, the majority of floor care purchases are researched online (retailer or manufacturer websites, product review websites and social networks/blogs).
Floor care categories included are upright vacuums, bare floor cleaners, stick vacuums, hand vacuums, deep carpet cleaners, canister vacuums, workshop vacuums, robotic vacuums and non-electric carpet sweepers.
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Monthly sales show slight uptick in November
U.S. retail and food services improved slightly in November, but NAICS code 444 retailers took a step backward.
The U.S. Census Bureau announced Tuesday morning that advance estimates of U.S. retail and food services sales for November, adjusted for seasonal variation and holiday and trading-day differences, but not for price changes, were $399.3 billion, an increase of 0.2% from the previous month and 6.7% above November 2010.
Total sales for the September through November 2011 period were up 7.4% from the same period a year ago. The September to October 2011 percent change was revised from +1.1% to +1.3%
Retail trade sales were up 0.3% from October 2011, and 6.8% above last year. Non-store retailers’ sales were up 13.9% from November 2010.
Building material and garden equipment and supplies dealers (NAICS code 444 businesses) showed a 0.3% decline in November compared with October. The same classification showed a 6.2% increase over November 2010.
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