Transonics PLC sign UK franchise agreement with Relpol

Transonics PLC announce the addition of a new range of relays to their product portfolio following the signing of a UK distribution agreement with Relpol SA, the leading international relay manufacturer.


Established in 1958, Relpol are the second largest relay manufacturer in Europe, based in Zary, Poland. They are a leading innovator of relay and timer design, with markets across the world in many, diverse industry sectors. Their products include a wide range of relays for printed circuit board and din rail mounting, as well as timers, monitors and power supplies.


Daniel French, managing director at Transonics, commented: “The addition of Relpol to the Transonics franchise portfolio shows our strong commitment to the market by offering an entire relay range for system builders, OEMs and CEMs. Through our product management team, we can offer technical advice, a deep knowledge base and logistics support, all of which offer a genuine benefit to the customer”.


This announcement signals the start of an exciting time for the electronics industry, with several significant introductions due from Transonics this year. Bartlomiej Szydlowski, sales director of Relpol, said: “We are thrilled to partner with Transonics, and have been impressed with their professionalism and technical capability. We have introduced new, state-of-the-art automatic assembly lines in our factories which will change the way the industry considers relay design and sourcing. Transonics has the reputation and the commitment to deliver this to market – together we will make a very positive impact throughout the UK. This is a great time to take our brand to the next level, and an excellent partnership to make it happen.”


Established in 1976, Transonics PLC is a specialist independent distributor of electronic components and its reputation has been built on a dedication to supplying high quality products and value added solutions to their customers.

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