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RS Components global distribution agreement with connectivity expert Weidmuller combines strength of two industrial market leaders

Global presence of RS brings trusted solutions for power, signals and data to worldwide customer base of equipment builders, installers and maintainers

 

RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE:ECM), the global distributor for engineers, has further strengthened its portfolio of high-quality automation products with the announcement of a new global trading agreement with industrial connectivity specialist Weidmuller.

 

The Weidmuller range now available from RS satisfies interconnection needs across numerous industries such as manufacturing, process control, energy, transportation and more for connecting power, signals and data. Products include DIN rail mounted relays, signal-conditioning amplifiers, surge protectors, remote I/O modules and power connectors, as well as switches, converters, connectors and cable assemblies for Industrial Ethernet. The range also includes sensor and actuator interfaces, modular terminal blocks, heavy-duty connectors, and device-level technologies such as PCB terminals, through-panel terminals and housings.

 

“Our new agreement with RS Components advances the vision of Weidmuller to grow globally,” said Jaime Jose Obiols, Vice President Global Distribution Manager, Weidmuller. “Our long-term plan to build up this partnership and grow the depth of products within RS will enable us to extend our reach into new markets.”

 

Phil Dock, Global Head of Product and Supplier Management at RS, said, “Establishing this agreement with a market leader such as Weidmuller strengthens our offering for customers, and will enable us to consolidate our leadership in the industrial market at a global level.”

You can take a look at the announcement from RS by clicking here.