DISTRIBUTOR OF THE YEAR

07-03-2019

Mouser Electronics has been named Distributor of the Year 2018 by Amphenol SV Microwave, a leader in the radio frequency microwave industry, the latest of a number of awards it has received from Amphenol Corporation and its subsidiaries. Mouser carries the full line of SV Microwave’s RF connectors and cable assemblies.

The award recognises Mouser for continued growth in customer counts and point of sale, investments in new product introduction, and advancements in technology and innovation. SV Microwave also lauded Mouser for continued focus on mind share and best practice improvements.

“Congratulations to Mouser Electronics on this well-deserved award,” says Andrew Dinsdale, Director of Marketing, Amphenol SV Microwave. “Amphenol SV Microwave and Mouser enjoy a strategic partnership, and we are pleased to recognize the Mouser team for their exceptional work.”

“We are honored to receive this award and thank Amphenol SV Microwave for the recognition,” says Krystal Jackson, Mouser Vice-President of Supplier Management. “Amphenol SV Microwave is a valued partner, and we look forward to many years of continued success.”

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