RS Components has strengthened its electrical test and measurement hand by signing a global agreement with Chauvin Arnoux. The deal extends the scope of the partnership to all markets in the Asia-Pacific and the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) regions.
“The global breadth of the RS distribution network is a compelling reason to extend our partnership, and will give to our customers complementary access to our products in these regions,” said Pascal Derive, Chauvin Arnoux.“RS is well-recognised as a reliable source for electrical test and measurement equipment, and this successful relationship will continue to drive growth, and make it quicker and easier for customers around the world to buy our measurement products.”
“Chauvin Arnoux has a substantial share of mind in our customers’ choice for electrical test and measurement equipment,” said Valerie Ramon, Global Head of Electrical Test & Measurement at RS. “This agreement will extend the excellent engagement we have had in selected European markets to span the entire EMEA and Asia-Pacific regions, increasing accessibility to these products for our customers globally.”
Chauvin Arnoux can boast more than a century of history in measurement technology. It designs and manufactures a range of measurement instrumentation for a broad spectrum of applications in the electronics and electro-technical sectors. Products stocked by RS Components include portable hand-held multimeters, testers, analysers and oscilloscopes; as well as energy meters, power monitors and digital transducers to measure, test, record, count and monitor MV/LV electric networks in switchboard operation, industrial installation, or utilities, for example.
Measuring up: l to r; Didier Goguelin, RS Components; Patrick Yaicle, Chauvin Arnoux; Eva Laviolette, RS Components; Ian Thomson, RS Components; Vincent Pelletier, Chauvin Arnoux.


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