Allied Electronics releases 2010 catalog
The 2010 Allied Catalog showcases more than 115,000 products from over 300 industry leading suppliers. More than 13,000 new products were added to the catalog this year. Allied also enhanced the Connectors, Enclosures and Optoelectronics sections to make it easier to find products by sub-category.
The new Allied Catalog features product lines from new suppliers, including Schneider Electric/Square D and Milwaukee Electric Tool. The catalog also features product expansions from Amphenol Sine Systems, Vishay, Eaton Cutler-Hammer and Powerware, Agilent Technologies, General Cable, Hirschmann/Lumberg Automation, AVX Corporation and International Rectifier.
The 2010 Allied Catalog gives engineers access to a wide range of the latest innovative technologies at their fingertips, said Lee Davidson, president of Allied. Engineers can utilize the new Allied catalog to research all their electronic component solutions and serve as the best desktop tool to accompany the Allied web site.
The Allied Catalog also meets Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) certification. All paper used in the catalog was obtained from the SFI program, which integrates the perpetual growing and harvesting of trees with the protection of wildlife, plants, soil, water and air quality.
About Allied Electronics
Allied Electronics headquarters are located in Fort Worth, Texas with over 50 sales branches across the United States and Canada. Allied is a subsidiary of Electrocomponents plc (LSE: ECM), the world leading catalog component distributor. Electrocomponents has operations in six continents and headquarters in Oxford, England.
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