Worldwide Collaboration Between Fischer Elektronik and Rutronik

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The two companies have entered into a distribution agreement to give customers the best possible support with their applications

Worldwide Collaboration Between Fischer Elektronik and Rutronik
Worldwide Collaboration Between Fischer Elektronik and Rutronik

Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH and Fischer Elektronik GmbH & Co. KG have entered into a distribution agreement. From now on, customers will be able to obtain the products manufactured by the expert in heat sinks and cases from Rutronik.

Products

Fischer Elektronik is one of Europe’s market leaders in the manufacture of extruded heat sinks, heat sinks for processors and LEDs, board level heat sinks, cooling aggregates, accessories for electronic components, cases, 19-inch construction systems, sockets, PCB connectors and accessories, IDC connectors, D-Sub connectors, brackets, and optoelectronics.

Target markets

The target markets for the manufacturer’s products are industrial and automotive applications, medical technology, measurement and control technology, and LED lighting technology. Fischer Elektronik is based in Lüdenscheid, North-Rhine Westphalia, employing 400 people and exporting more than 35 percent of its products. The company continues to grow steadily and manufactures a high percentage of its products internally. It is committed to technical support that is both competent and flexible in the form of application-related advice. It also undertakes development work and carries out thermal in-house simulations.

Rutronik favored for its global focus, customer structure, and renown

As a result of the cooperation with Rutronik, Fischer Elektronik expects to be able to give customers the best possible support with their applications – from development to series production – as well as work together to gain additional market shares and generate growth.

Posted on January 15, 2018 - (418 views)
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