Heilind Electronics enters global franchise agreement with HARTING

“We are excited to expand and strengthen our relationship with HARTING,” said Alan Clapp, Vice President, Heilind Electronics. “Utilizing our global distribution and sales network, we view this partnership as a natural fit that helps position Heilind closer to our customers while meeting their requirements.”

Heilind Electronics enters global franchise agreement with HARTING
Heilind Electronics enters global franchise agreement with HARTING

Heilind Electronics, a top distributor of electronic components, announced its signing last Nov. 15 of a global distribution agreement with the HARTING Technology Group. The agreement was signed at the Electronica trade fair in Munich, Germany, marking the extension of Heilind’s industrial interconnect offerings worldwide. Heilind has been an authorized distributor of HARTING products in North America since 2017.

Based in Germany, the HARTING Technology Group is a global manufacturer of interconnect solutions and has production facilities in Europe, Asia and North America. HARTING products are used in a variety of industries, including mechanical and plant engineering, broadcast and entertainment, data centers, factory automation, power generation and distribution, industrial electronics and telecommunications.

Heilind Electronics and HARTING enter into global partnership. Pictured: Robert Clapp Jr. of Heilind; Jon DeSouza of HARTING Americas; Alan Clapp of Heilind; and Edgar-Peter Düning of HARTING Electric

“We are excited to expand and strengthen our relationship with HARTING,” said Alan Clapp, Vice President, Heilind Electronics. “Utilizing our global distribution and sales network, we view this partnership as a natural fit that helps position Heilind closer to our customers while meeting their requirements.”

Jon DeSouza, president and CEO of HARTING Americas, added, "With this broadened distribution alliance, we are strengthening our international distribution network from our own branches and distribution partners."

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