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Organisational Structure of BlueLinx Holdings - February 2nd, 2011

BlueLinx Holdings NYSE: BXC is a Fortune 1000 company based in Atlanta, Georgia. It is the largest building products wholesaler in the country. History The distribution division of Georgia-Pacific Corporation began operations in 1954 with 13 warehouses utilized for the storage and distribution of Georgia-Pacific plywood. Over the next 40 years, the division quickly grew to over 130 warehouses nationwide, offering a wide range of products. In 1994, to build a better, more centralized distribution platform, the division consolidated its warehouses and created two large sales and operations centers in Denver, CO and Atlanta, GA. BlueLinx Today - A New Company is Born In May of 2004, Cerberus Capital Management, along with a team of senior leaders from the division, purchased the assets of the distribution division from Georgia-Pacific, forming the company you know today – BlueLinx Corporation. One year later, the proud new owners successfully led BlueLinx through an initial public offering to become a publicly traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).

Today, BlueLinx with over 2,000 employees, 60+ company-owned locations, 50+ reloads and a fleet of over 600 trucks and over 1,000 trailers, services all major metropolitan areas in the contiguous 48 states. BlueLinx sells to over 11,500 customers operating 25,000 locations across the United States, Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean Islands.

As an independent distributor, BlueLinx has expanded its product offering to include more than 10,000 products and 70,000 SKUs. Select from a broad array of the most well-respected brands in the industry.

2
CEO
George Judd
Chairman of the Board
Howard Cohen
3
Director
Richard Marchese
2
Director
Mark Suwyn
Director
Richard Warner
4
Director
Richard Grant
2
Director
Robert Warden
Director
Charles McElrea
3
Director
Steven Mayer
3
Director
Alan Schumacher
South Region
TC
Administration
DA
Eastern US
MW
Central Region
RP
North Region
SD
CFO
Douglas Goforth
Supply Chain
DG
2
West
David Dalton
National Accounts & Marketing
MM
Business Development
TP
Marketing
CH
National Accounts - West
DB
National Sustainability
SK


* Everyone can see and manage their work as part of a whole, interconnected system, not a bunch of parts and pieces.

* People are trusted and treated as responsible, caring, and committed adults — which is how they then behave.

* A collection of small self-contained teams or business units are many times more flexible and responsive at meeting threats and capitalizing on opportunities.

* Ownership, commitment, energy, and passion levels are much higher.

* Everyone focuses on meeting customer/partner — not the internal bureaucracy's — needs.

* People have more control over their work. This replaces the vicious cycle of learned helplessness with a virtuous cycle of hopefulness and leadership.

* Bureaucratic committees become entrepreneurial teams.

* Feedback loops are much clearer, shorter and closer to the customer and markets.

High performing organizations that are thriving in today's chaotic world are adapting and pioneering a wide variety of highly decentralized structures. They are giving up control of people so that people can control their own and the organization's destiny.
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BlueLinx Holdings NYSE: BXC is a Fortune 1000 company based in Atlanta, Georgia. It is the largest building products wholesaler in the country. History The distribution division of Georgia-Pacific Corporation began operations in 1954 with 13 warehouses utilized for the storage and distribution of Georgia-Pacific plywood. Over the next 40 years, the division quickly grew to over 130 warehouses nationwide, offering a wide range of products. In 1994, to build a better, more centralized distribution platform, the division consolidated its warehouses and created two large sales and operations centers in Denver, CO and Atlanta, GA. BlueLinx Today - A New Company is Born In May of 2004, Cerberus Capital Management, along with a team of senior leaders from the division, purchased the assets of the distribution division from Georgia-Pacific, forming the company you know today BlueLinx Corporation. One year later, the proud new owners successfully led BlueLinx through an initial public offering to become a publicly traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).

Today, BlueLinx with over 2,000 employees, 60+ company-owned locations, 50+ reloads and a fleet of over 600 trucks and over 1,000 trailers, services all major metropolitan areas in the contiguous 48 states. BlueLinx sells to over 11,500 customers operating 25,000 locations across the United States, Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean Islands.

As an independent distributor, BlueLinx has expanded its product offering to include more than 10,000 products and 70,000 SKUs. Select from a broad array of the most well-respected brands in the industry.

2
CEO
George Judd
Chairman of the Board
Howard Cohen
3
Director
Richard Marchese
2
Director
Mark Suwyn
Director
Richard Warner
4
Director
Richard Grant
2
Director
Robert Warden
Director
Charles McElrea
3
Director
Steven Mayer
3
Director
Alan Schumacher
South Region
TC
Administration
DA
Eastern US
MW
Central Region
RP
North Region
SD
CFO
Douglas Goforth
Supply Chain
DG
2
West
David Dalton
National Accounts & Marketing
MM
Business Development
TP
Marketing
CH
National Accounts - West
DB
National Sustainability
SK


* Everyone can see and manage their work as part of a whole, interconnected system, not a bunch of parts and pieces.

* People are trusted and treated as responsible, caring, and committed adults which is how they then behave.

* A collection of small self-contained teams or business units are many times more flexible and responsive at meeting threats and capitalizing on opportunities.

* Ownership, commitment, energy, and passion levels are much higher.

* Everyone focuses on meeting customer/partner not the internal bureaucracy's needs.

* People have more control over their work. This replaces the vicious cycle of learned helplessness with a virtuous cycle of hopefulness and leadership.

* Bureaucratic committees become entrepreneurial teams.

* Feedback loops are much clearer, shorter and closer to the customer and markets.

High performing organizations that are thriving in today's chaotic world are adapting and pioneering a wide variety of highly decentralized structures. They are giving up control of people so that people can control their own and the organization's destiny.
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