Crystals, oscillators, filters added to Astute’s growing franchise distribution portfolio

Astute Electronics, a supplier of electronic components and value added services, has announced that it has signed a worldwide franchise distribution agreement with Euroquartz, the independent UK-based manufacturer and supplier of quartz crystals, oscillators, filters and frequency-related products to the electronics manufacturing industry.

Euroquartz works with four strategic partners – Statek, Greenway, Axtal and Mercury – which provide complementary technology and expertise to Euroquartz’s portfolio, enabling the company to deliver a comprehensive range of frequency control components to a wide range of customers including major OEMs covering a broad spectrum of applications such as military and aerospace, communications, computing, control systems, petrochemical and general electronics.

Commented Andy Treble, director, Euroquartz: “This partnership agreement with Astute enables us to offer our valued customers an enhanced service, incorporating the additional resources that Astute offers. The philosophies of our two companies in terms of customer service are very similar, which provides a firm foundation for our ongoing relationship.”

Added Mike Blee, marketing manager, Astute Electronics: “We specialise in supplying customers who manufacture equipment that operates in harsh environments, such as military, aerospace and offshore. This means that we must adhere to many international procedural and component supply standards as a prerequisite for providing products that target in such demanding applications. Therefore we are pleased to add Euroquartz to our growing franchise portfolio of active components and will provide targeted technical support for customers around the globe covering its wide range of crystals, oscillators and filters.”

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