As 2020 draws to a close, the big markets for electronic components seem to be recovering, writes Steve Rawlins, CEO of Anglia Components. Automotive electronics is now at about 90% of pre-lockdown levels, 5G is ramping up and medical / healthcare related markets as you would expect are growing strongly.
COVID has now apparently peaked in the UK, but it will be some time before the supply chain returns to normal, writes Steve Rawlings, Chief Exeuctive Officer of Anglia.
Anglia Components and Panasonic Industry Europe are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their first distribution agreement.
Anglia Components has been awarded TDK’s European Distribution Award in silver in the Local Distributors category. The company is a UK and Ireland distributor for TDK and EPCOS products.
Restricting choice by limiting the franchised distribution network to a few global distributors does nothing to control the grey market. It just annoys customers and as a result can actually have the opposite to the intended effect, writes Steve Rawlins CEO Anglia Components.
Anglia Components has received its fifth TDK European Distribution Award in 2018 in the local distribution category, a pretty good return over the six years in which the Awards have been presented.
Anglia Components and STMicroelectronics have celebrated 20 years of working together with a special event at Tower Bridge, London. STMicroelectronics were Anglia Components first Tier 1 semiconductor franchise and two decades on the relationship is stronger than ever.
Anglia Components has signed an agreement to distribute and support the Mitsubishi Electric range of displays in the UK and Ireland. The agreement strengthens Anglia’s display portfolio, and extends its 10-year partnership with Mitsubishi covering RF devices.
Anglia Components has expanded its offering of competitively priced, small pack quantities including split reels, across thousands more stock items on their newly improved Anglia Live website for…
Winners enclosure: Anglia wins the Panasonic plaudits