Harwin and MSA Components sign German distribution deal

Harwin is bringing greater strength to its German supply chain through a new strategic partnership with MSA Components. The agreement allows MSA to offer all the latest products from Harwin’s extensive portfolio.

With a 75-year history of supporting technological developments, MSA Components is a widely respected electronics supplier within the German market. Specialising in high-reliability (Hi-Rel) products, its clients include leading players in satellite, oil/gas, aircraft, UAV, robotics, as well as military contractors and medical equipment manufacturers. The company complies with all the key standards relating to defence, space, avionics, and healthcare. The design-in support that it can provide and its team’s engineering expertise are tangible value-adds.

“We are excited by the prospect of being able to offer Harwin’s range of interconnect, shielding, and mechanical solutions to our customer base,” states Anton Roth, head of sales and marketing at MSA Components. “The performance and reliability Harwin products exhibit is of real worth to the highly demanding mission-critical application areas we serve, and they are certain to see great uptake.”

Michael Clarner, Harwin’s head of EMEA distribution sales, says: “Harwin joining forces with MSA Components is a huge opportunity for both parties. We’re sure our top-quality products, backed up by MSA’s longstanding client relationships, deep technical knowledge, and proven problem-solving skills, will make a winning combination. We see real potential for this to allow us to make significant inroads into the German market and solidify our position there.”


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