Mouser receives top distribution award from Amphenol SV Microwave

Mouser Electronics Inc., the authorised global distributor with the newest semiconductors and electronic components, has been honoured with the 2016 Business Development Award by Amphenol SV Microwave, a leader in the radio frequency (RF) microwave industry. Mouser carries a full line of Amphenol SV Microwave RF connectors, cable assemblies and passive components.

 

The Business Development Award recognises Mouser for identifying and pursuing new markets, customers and distribution opportunities for Amphenol SV Microwave products. The award is based on customer reach, continued growth, and increased mindshare and engagement efforts among other factors.

 

“Amphenol SV Microwave considers Mouser Electronics not only an outstanding distributor but also our strategic partner, and we are very pleased to recognise the Mouser team for its stellar efforts on behalf of our products,” said Andrew Dinsdale, director of marketing, Amphenol SV Microwave.

 

“We at Mouser are very grateful to be recognised with this important award from a company with the status and reputation of Amphenol SV Microwave,” said Krystal Jackson, Mouser vice president of Corporate Supplier Management. “Amphenol SV Microwave is a valued partner, and we look forward to many years of very productive partnership.”

 

This is one of many awards that Mouser has received in the past five years from Amphenol Corporation and its subsidiaries. In 2015, Mouser received the corporation’s Best Global Performance Award in conjunction with TTI as well as the Distributor of the Year Award from Amphenol Industrial, after being honoured with Amphenol Corporation’s Global Excellence Award in 2014. In 2013, Mouser was recognised globally with the Amphenol Corporation Global Partnership Award for Distributor Excellence and was named the 2013 Distributor of the Year by Amphenol Industrial.

 

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