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America Semiconductor, LLC and America II Electronics enter into authorized distribution agreement

Thu, 09/12/2013 - 3:56pm

Announced today, by America Semiconductor, LLC and America II Electronics, Inc. have entered into an authorized distribution agreement. 

According to Jeffrey Simon, chief executive manager of America Semiconductor, “Naming America II to our roster of authorized distributors is a critical step in America Semiconductor's strategic initiative to broaden both international and domestic distribution channels.  Their impressive record of achievement in uncovering opportunities for semiconductor sales made them a logical choice.  We are proud to partner with America II as they not only understand our products and target industries, but also share our commitment to quality, service, and assisting OEMs' accelerate time-to-market. "

Under the terms of the agreement, America II will stock and distribute America Semiconductor’s extensive offering of high-power standard, fast and super-fast recovery rectifiers, bridge rectifiers, and low-power semiconductors throughout the US, Europe and Asia, with an emphasis on US markets.  Additionally covered in the agreement are America Semiconductor’s innovative portfolio of discrete semiconductor parts, which features diacs, IGBT modules, SCRs, Triacs, TVS and Zener diodes.  America II will focus on providing local customer service and engineering support to OEMs in such industries as alternative energy, oil drilling, power grid, welding, HVAC, and transportation.  They will moreover target new market sectors. 

“We’re extremely pleased to add America Semiconductor's quality semiconductor products to our line card of best-in-class suppliers,” stated Brian Ellison, president of America II Electronics, “Their high-power semiconductors and discrete semiconductor components are a natural complement to our existing semiconductor inventory.  This agreement further strengthens our ability to offer one-stop shopping for quality semiconductor solutions, and gives customers quick access to America Semiconductor's parts at highly competitive price points.”

For additional information, contact America Semiconductor at 908-810-SEMI(7364) or visit www.americasemi.com.
 
About America Semiconductor:
Headquartered in Union, NJ, America Semiconductor is a global leader in the manufacturing of mission-critical, high-power semiconductors, low-power semiconductors and discrete semiconductor components to help OEM companies solve their design challenges.  With over 50 years of accumulated expertise in the semiconductor industry, America Semiconductor’s rugged high-reliability high-power standard, fast and super-fast recovery rectifiers, low-power and bridge rectifiers, diacs, IGBT modules, SCRs, Triacs, TVS and Zener diodes are employed in an array of industries including alternative energy, oil drilling, power grid, welding, HVAC, and transportation.  The company operates a meticulous quality control program and extensive supply chain.  America Semiconductor's parts are available exclusively through a global network of distributors. 
 
About America II Electronics:
Established in 1989, America II Electronics, Inc. stocks more than four billion components, making it one of the world’s largest independent distributors of semiconductors and electronic components. The company’s unique Blended Distributionsm model positions America II as an innovative distributor who can meet all the needs of its customers. By blending the traits of independent distribution with those of authorized distributors, America II serves as a primary partner for all OEM and EMS customers, providing a channel that supplies hard-to-find components while providing inventory via its direct manufacturer relationships. Headquartered in St. Petersburg, Florida and with offices in the UK, Germany, China, Japan, Singapore and Mexico, the company stocks components from 1,900 manufacturers, while providing value-added services and inventory solutions from its ISO 9001:2008 and ESD-certified 420,000 square foot North American distribution facility.

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