Farnell element14 has been named Distributor of the Year by CamdenBoss in recognition of making 2016 a year of outstanding growth and demonstrating the highest level of commitment.
The dedication shown by the entire Farnell element14 team has led to exceptional sales growth, contributing to the overall business expansion experienced by CamdenBoss and cementing the latter’s strong market presence as an E-Mech partner of choice.
Stocking over 2,000 lines and including new product ranges such as CamBlock Plus and UK manufactured solar panels, Farnell element14 has been offering CamdenBoss products for over 20 years.
Nicola Kay, Managing Director of CamdenBoss, said: “This year it was a very easy decision to choose Farnell element14 as our ‘Distributor of the Year’. There have been various ground-breaking projects, the benefits of which both companies will reap from now into the future.”
Chrissy Cooper, Director of Distribution Sales, CamdenBoss added: “Our Distributor of the Year Award is voted for by everyone at CamdenBoss and therefore goes much further than simply reflecting significant sales growth. The team at Farnell element14 have been involved at all levels and in all departments demonstrating total focus throughout the year in achieving this targeted growth.”
Peter Birks, Regional Business President at Farnell element14 said: “I am delighted that we have been named CamdenBoss’s distributor of the year for 2016. This is the result of a highly collaborative and structured commercial relationship between our teams. We are committed to becoming the Development Distributor of choice across Europe, ensuring our product range, technical expertise and service proposition continues to meet our customers’ expectations.
He concluded, “Now being part of the Avnet family provides significant opportunities to accelerate our performance while extending our service capabilities. With the support of key strategic suppliers like CamdenBoss I remain highly confident in our ability to provide innovative solutions for our customers within the rapidly changing electronics sector.”