BOSTON, MA: Leading connector manufacturer Global Connector Technology and multi-channel electronics distributor Newark, have signed a distribution agreement whereby Newark now stocks many popular GCT products at www.newark.com/GCT.
Commenting on the agreement, Rob Hill – President, GCT Inc. said “We are excited to be working with Newark. They have an exceptional reputation for service and support in the markets they serve and offer designers and purchasers unparalleled access to our product line”.
Jeff Uden, Vice President, Product Management at Newark said, “We are delighted to add GCT to our connector product range. GCT is rapidly becoming a known connector brand and brings a selection of leading edge, high value products to our range. It’s a great combination and an excellent fit for our customers”.
About Global Connector Technology
Global Connector Technology is headquartered in Hong Kong and has sales and support locations in Hong Kong, North America and Europe. Part of a privately held group of companies, GCT has manufacturing locations in mainland China and a dedicated engineering team based in Hong Kong. GCT is enjoying rapid growth with its focus on expanding markets including handheld devices, computing, industrial, security, medical and consumer. GCT is an ISO9001 approved organization and its products are fully RoHS and Deca-BDE compliant.
Newark, part of the global Premier Farnell Group, and a leading multi-channel, high-service electronics distributor supporting millions of engineers and purchasing professionals across the Americas, is known for offering the broadest selection of components and test equipment from 440+ top manufacturers. With multiple sales channels, customers do business with Newark through contact centers, a local branch network, field sales force and a world-class website at www.newark.com that offers exclusive tools to manage, track and review purchases, quotes and invoices online. Committed to innovation and reducing its environmental impact, Newark has been making a difference in the electronics industry for 75 years.