Mouser Electronics, Inc., regarded as a top global design engineering resource for semiconductors and electronic components, won the 2010 Americas Catalog Distributor of the Year at the recent Honeywell Sensing and Control Annual Gala and Awards Ceremony in Orlando, Florida.
Mouser won the first-place honor for achieving excellence in several key areas: Having the fastest and most effective new product launches; the biggest increase in number of new Honeywell customers; the largest breadth of Honeywell products in stock; and the greatest percent of sales increase in Honeywell's catalog channel. Mouser Electronics, a subsidiary of TTI, Inc., is part of the Berkshire Hathaway family of companies; Mouser caters to design engineers and buyers with its rapid introduction of the newest products and emerging technologies.
"Honeywell is very pleased to recognize Mouser Electronics. They actively increased Honeywell's presence in both their catalog and on their website. That, in combination with their marketing programs, has helped them earn this honor from Honeywell," said Sean Conley, Director, Global Distribution Sales.
"We are very excited to win this top award from Honeywell," stated Keith Privett, Mouser Vice-President of Electromechanical, Power & Test. "We signed with Honeywell in 2008 and in just two short years we've achieved this notable distinction from this great company. It is a wonderful partnership and we are extremely honored to be named their top American distributor.''
A key reason behind Mouser's rising success is the company's focus on providing today's design engineers and buyers with the highest level of service, cutting-edge products from top suppliers, superior product information and fast, global delivery. Honeywell continually produces new, innovative products that are sought after by today's design engineers.
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Pictured above from left to right: Mouser Electronics' Product Manager Alfredo Arteta; Mouser VP Kevin Hess; Mouser VP Keith Privett; Honeywell Sensing & Control VP Bradd Schneider; Mouser VP Todd McAtee; Mouser President/CEO Glenn Smith and Honeywell Sensing and Control President Beth Wozniak.