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A. Lee Graham

Reporter

Allied Electronics Inc., a Fort Worth-based trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, has received the Exceptional Sales Growth Calendar Year 2013 Award.

Awarding the honor at the recent EDS electronics industry convention in Las Vegas was Magnecraft, an electronics parts provider.

"We are pleased to recognize Allied Electronics with an award for their exceptional sales growth of Magnecraft relay products in 2013,” said Cindy Pilch, eChannel partner relationships manager for Schneider Electric, which acquired Magnecraft in 2005.

"Allied continued their pace of double digit growth with our products, far exceeding growth in the general marketplace," Pilch said.

Allied Electronics distributes industrial automation products, electronic components and electromechanical products with 48 sales offices serving the United States, Mexico, and Canada. More information is available at www.thinkalllied.com.

lgraham@bizpress.net

 

 

 

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