Allegro announces distribution partnership with Mouser Electronics

Allegro MicroSystems has entered into a new distribution partnership with global semiconductor and electrical component distributor Mouser Electronics.

Allegro products are now available for sale on the Mouser website, with new ones to be added as they become available. The partnership extends Allegro’s global distribution footprint, and gives customers new options for purchasing product samples, evaluation boards, and production inventory.

Mouser specialises in the rapid introduction of the newest products and technologies targeting the design engineer and buyer communities. With 27 offices located around the globe, Mouser conducts business in 21 different languages and 34 currencies across 223 countries. The company’s global distribution centre is equipped with state-of-the-art wireless warehouse management systems that enable them to process orders 24/7 and deliver nearly perfect pick-and-ship operations.

Many of Allegro’s most popular products are now available for purchase on the Mouser website, including the company’s industry-leading current sensors, position and speed sensors, and power management and motor control ICs.

“This partnership greatly enhances our commitment to creating and supporting a vibrant and diverse customer base,” said Max Glover, senior vice president of sales at Allegro. “Mouser offers unmatched global logistics, giving engineers and designers access to our innovative ICs in a one-stop-shopping experience – leaving them more time to design and build new, exciting products.”

Kristin Schuetter, Mouser Electronics’ vice president of supplier management, commented: “Mouser customers demand efficient, reliable products, and Allegro MicroSystems meets and exceeds these expectations. This agreement gives design engineers an excellent avenue for developing energy-efficient solutions across a broad range of industries and applications.”

Allegro MicroSystems Inc

115 Northeast Cutoff
Worcester
MA 01606
UNITED STATES

+1 508 853 5000

sales@allegromicro.com

www.allegromicro.com

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