Mouser Electronics has received TE Connectivity’s Global High Service Distributor of the Year Award for the third consecutive year as well as the award for top customer growth. The annual Electronic Distributor Awards were presented to Mouser executives at TE’s recent Global Distribution Summit in Atlanta.
The annual awards recognise TE’s highest-performing distribution partners based on sales growth, market share growth, customer growth and business plan performance.
Mouser won the 2015 top customer growth award by exceeding its customer growth plan, increasing TE customer count by 15 percent with solid customer count growth in every region.
The distributor received the 2015 Global High Service Distributor of the Year Award for the third year in a row by growing revenue.
Mouser successfully grew its TE business, outpacing overall company growth rates in key categories, including sales, customer count and pieces per customer, which ultimately increased its TE commercial connector market share.
“For the third year in a row, Mouser won TE’s Global High Service Distributor of the Year award. In 2015, they increased their TE sales by 10 percent and grew their TE customer base by 15 percent,” said Joan Wainwright, President, Channel and Customer Experience, TE Connectivity. “We are proud of Mouser’s success as well as their commitment to TE, and look forward to another successful year.”
“We are honoured to receive these top awards from TE Connectivity, a recognised leader in the industry and one of our most valued manufacturer partners,” said Glenn Smith, Mouser Electronics’ President and CEO. “We would like to thank TE for these awards and for their continued partnership. TE is a global leader with a wide product portfolio, world-class quality and commitment to customer service that parallels our own mission to be best-in-class in everything we do. We look forward to much future success together.”
Winning team;l to r: Keith Privett, Les Balamut, Glenn Smith (President and CEO, Mouser Electronics), Tom Lynch (CEO, TE Connectivity), Russell Rasor, Martina Drimala, Mark Burr-Lonnon, and Jeff Newell.


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