Micro Commercial Components signs Allied as distributor

  • September 22, 2008
  • Allied Electronics, Inc.
  • News
September 22, 2008 - Allied Electronics signed a distribution agreement with Micro Commercial Components (MCC) to distribute its portfolio of discrete semiconductor solutions. “The MCC product line will strengthen Allied’s discrete semiconductor offering,” said Scott McLendon, Vice President of Marketing at Allied. “Customers now have access to hundreds of MCC discrete solutions and other products – all in stock and ready and ship from Allied.” Allied will carry a broad range of products from MCC, including diodes, transistors, MOSFETs and circuit protection products. The MCC product line will be featured in the new Allied catalog scheduled to debut in October. “Allied’s 55 sales branches and dedicated local representatives combined with MCC’s wide selection of our discrete semiconductor solutions will make this a strategic partnership that will allow both of our organizations to continue to grow,” said Pamela Cheng, General Manager at Micro Commercial Components.About Allied ElectronicsAllied Electronics’ headquarters are located in Fort Worth, Texas with 55 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. About MCC CorporationFounded in 1998, Micro Commercial Components Corp. (MCC) is a supplier of high-quality discrete semiconductors to the consumer markets. MCC's products include diodes, rectifiers, transistors, MOSFETs, voltage regulators and protection devices. Headquartered in at Chatsworth, California, MCC has extensive marketing and sales network throughout the world, warehouses in Chatsworth and Taipei, engineering, technical support and logistic office in Suzhou and its main manufacturing facility in Zibo. Learn More

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