Sensirion consolidates presence in Scandinavia, France and eastern Europe
March 23, 2012 // Julien Happich
Sensirion has announced agreements with Martinsson elektronik AB, HDI Electronics (Hexagone Distribution Industrielle) SAS and SOS electronic as official distribution and contact partners for its products in the regions in question.
"We firmly believe that our new partnerships will enable us to meet increasing demands in these markets through direct contract with our customers as well as underpinning our continued growth in these regions," says Moritz Lechner, CO/CEO of Sensirion. The dense distribution network guarantees customers the best-possible advice as well as support in their own language. Apart from this, the distributors guarantee reliable supplies of sensor components and systems for both large and small orders.
Martinsson Elektronik AB distributes electronic components with value-added solutions from its premises in Stockholm and Gothenburg to customers in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland. HDI Electronics SAS is one of the largest independent suppliers of electronic components in Europe, and serves customers in France from its branches in Pérols, near Montpellier, and Paris. Finally, SOS electronic is a leading broadband distributor of electronic components in eastern Europe and has sales outlets in Poland (Lodz), the Czech Republic (Brno), Slovakia (Kosice), Hungary (Miskolc) and Rumanian (Bucharest). The fact the company is geographically so close to its customers means it is able to offer them all-round service in their national language.
Sensirion has further consolidated its worldwide network and is now represented in all the technologically important markets of Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia. Apart from head offices in Switzerland and five sales offices in the USA, Germany, Japan, Korea and China, the company has an international distribution network with thirteen independent representatives and four catalogue distributors.
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