Vishay has recognised Digi-Key Electronics Europe with it’s 2017 European Catalogue Distributor of the Year award. The award is based on various KPI including growth, design fulfillment, and inventory management.
Arrow Electronics has been named Best Performing Distributor for Standard Products in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) in 2017 by STMicroelectronics.
Avnet has established a strategic alliance to accelerate the development and delivery of complete end-to-end IIoT solutions to customers throughout the Americas and Europe. The deal combines Avnet’s expertise in the design and development of custom IoT hardware with relayr’s IIoT capabilities.
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.
Gateway Electronic Components has made a major investment to establish a ferrite core gapping service at its Nantwich, UK-based headquarters. The specialist component distributor is already seeing an array of companies using the service including OEMs, SMEs and design houses.
RS Components (RS) will be the headline sponsor of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) FIRST LEGO League INTO ORBIT 2018/19 season in the UK and Ireland.
Electrocomponents Group has continued its progress under CEO Lindsley Ruth’s stewardship posting sparkling full-year figures and snapping up IESA, a UK-based provider of value-added outsourcing services to industrial customers for £88 million.
Arrow Electronics has signed an agreement to supply Scalys’ System-on-Modules (SoMs) and Small Board Computers (SBC) throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Scalys single and multi-core SoMs and boards are small form factor computer boards that can be integrated with ease into many applications, reducing development time significantly.
Anglia Components is warning customers that now is the time to ensure they have sufficient orders/inventory to cover their chip resistor needs. With global demand massively outstripping supply, shortages and price increases are already heavily impacting the supply chain.