06 July 2012

RS Components signs global franchise agreement with ON Semiconductor

In recognition of its success driving sales growth, RS Components has signed a global franchise agreement with ON Semiconductor.

"RS clearly understands the needs of our customers, and is constantly honing methods to hasten the products' path to market, which profits the entire supply chain," commented Jeff Thomson, ON Semiconductor vp of global channel sales. "This agreement will strengthen our relationship and open up opportunities for future growth."

The trading brand for Electrocomponents, RS stocks around 2,500 devices in the ON Semiconductor portfolio. According to ON, the company was appointed as an official channel partner due to its online customer service resources and eCommerce strategy.

"With our global reach, and our commitment to engage with design engineers, we have a vital role to play in maximising the market potential of our suppliers' products," added Chris Page, global offer director for Electrocomponents.

Pictured, from left to right: Mike Caddy, RS Components; Jonathan Boxall, RS Components; Fred Knowles, RS Components; Chris Page, RS Components; Enrico Corti, ON Semiconductor; Michel Pradille, ON Semiconductor; Mark Stokes, ON Semiconductor.

Author
Simon Fogg

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Websites
http://uk.rs-online.com
http://www.onsemi.com/

Companies
ON Semiconductor
RS Components Ltd

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