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TE connectivity forms strategic engagement with TTI europe

15 April 2014

TE Industrial has announced a strategic engagement with TTI Europe, a specialist distributor of passive, connector, electromechanical and discrete components. The engagement is part of the TE Industrial business unit strategy to provide customers with improved service levels and an exceptional customer experience, while extending the geographic reach of its products.

TE’s Industrial business unit will achieve greater coverage and focus in the EMEA market, with customers now able to leverage TTI’s stock and design-in support of TE Industrial products. Additionally, customers will benefit from pre-provisioned inventory with low Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) conditions on select product programs. 

The engagement launches with a specific focus on TE heavy duty connectors. TE has also invested to expand its field-based technical expertise.

 “TTI is a great partner due to their proven commitment to providing exceptional customer service,” said Thomas Schmidt, senior vice president and general manager of TE’s Industrial business unit. “This engagement offers TE additional capabilities to further develop demand creation and demonstrates our commitment to intensify our overall market penetration activities toward Industrial customers and related sub-contractors. TE is passionate about knowing and understanding the needs of our customers and we remain focused on providing an exceptional customer experience through existing and future initiatives.”


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