Charcroft signs exclusive UK and Ireland distribution & representation agreement with NEXEYA, French industrial group offering products and services to aerospace, defence, space and critical industrial markets

Charcroft Electronics Ltd., – a specialist distributor and manufacturer of electronic components for harsh and high-end applications – has signed an exclusive UK and Ireland franchised distributor and representation agreement with NEXEYA, manufacturer and consultant for a comprehensive range of validation and test, command and control, power-conversion and space systems.

Charcroft director, Debbie Rowland, explains: “This exclusive UK and Ireland agreement for with NEXEYA enables us to expand and develop our existing portfolio of products and services for space, rail, aerospace and military applications. It will provide customers with greater choice and enable our sales team to offer a more complete solution.”

NEXEYA provide consulting, design, manufacture, and support services to specialised, high-criticality systems. They are experts in verification and validation (V&V) processes and test systems used in production and maintenance environments; monitoring and telemetry for harsh environments; display and detection equipment for radar, video and laser-systems; power conversion covering: DC-DC, SMPS, programmable power, inverters, chargers and intelligent motor control systems – for ground-based, on-board or embedded applications.

Also at the cutting edge of mission-management (C4S, ISR) systems, offering performance and safety for mission-critical systems, together with full-simulation capabilities for active scenario training. As one of the largest manufacturers of space-subsystems in Europe, NEXEYA has complete capability and experience ranging from platforms and payloads for modular nanosatellites to long-mission length geostationary and full satellite constellations.

NEXEYA offer key products, capability and services with extended life support and high value support services into a range of mission critical applications.

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