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Anglia expands relationship with Hirose and removes MOQ

Anglia has significantly expanded its inventory profile on Hirose interconnect products and is now offering all parts with no minimum order quantity (MOQ) to further support designers and SME manufacturers in the UK.

Anglia’s investment includes the addition of a number of new products to its inventory profile. These include the CX series of USB Type-C compliant connectors and the FX18 series of 0.8mm pitch Board-to-Board connectors which are designed to handle high transmission speeds.

The Hirose product range stocked by Anglia covers many different styles and configurations of connectors including Wire-to-Board, Board-to-Board, Wire-to-Wire, FPC/FFC, RF Coaxial, Modular, Power, High Speed, I/O, Sealed and Automotive.

Hirose products are designed to suit a wide range of demanding applications including Smart Grid, IoT, Sensors, Automotive, Communications, Industrial Machines, Automation, Medical, Rail, Commercial Vehicles, Consumer Devices and Security Equipment.

Commenting, Wendy Leigh, Regional Sales Manager at Hirose said, “Anglia now offers one of the widest portfolios of Hirose products available off the shelf in the UK. Their positive approach in expanding their profile and removing MOQs has been highly welcomed by customers, who have significantly expanded their business with Anglia.”

David Pearson, Technical Director at Anglia Components added, “We are seeing increasing demand for Hirose products as customers seek high quality, innovative and reliable connectors for their new designs. This demand has prompted Anglia to further its investment to increase the depth and number of parts available off the shelf. Anglia’s expanded inventory profile now covers the most popular ranges and latest product releases.”

He added, “Not only has the MOQ requirement for all parts now been removed, Anglia can offer free samples of Hirose connectors across the entire portfolio to assist engineers with their designs. Anglia is also able to offer application advice and guidance on the most suitable Hirose connector to use in a design.”

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Neil Tyler

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