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Smiths Connectors and TTI sign an agreement

Following a distribution agreement, TTI can now offer Smiths Connectors’ interconnection product range across Europe. The agreement builds on a partnership between Smiths Connectors and Mateleco, the French specialist connector distributor acquired by TTI, and completes the business relationship already existing with TTI in the US.

The partnership will extend Smiths Connectors’ sales channels by providing TTI with reliability connectors featuring Hypertac hyperboloid contact technology for harsh environments.

According to Ronald Velda, director, supplier marketing, Connectors and Emech, Europe at TTI: “Smiths Connectors’ high reliability solutions are field-proven in many applications and will be especially interesting for our European customers in our key focus markets of industrial, defence and aerospace, as well as mass transit. We are delighted to extend our distribution to cover the whole of Europe following a successful engagement in France,” he added.

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