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Wamco, Premier Farnell sign global distribution deal

11 May 2012

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Premier Farnell plc has signed a global distribution agreement with Wamco Lighting, which offers advanced light sciences, NVIS materials, optical filters, and lighting solutions and components. The company also has solutions for the military, defense, aerospace and transportation industries, which will now enable Premier Farnell to offer a range of products to its global customer base, said the companies.

According to the companies, the customers will have access to a selection of Wamco's line of LED lamps (MR, PAR, Luninars), miniature/subminiature LED replacement lamps, fluorescent (T5) lamps, and panel mount indicators (incandescent, Neon and LED) across all of Premier Farnell's operating businesses of Farnell element14 (Europe), Newark element14 (USA) and element14 (Asia-Pacific).

All Wamco products are manufactured to the highest standards and offer proven reliability, the company claimed.




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