TT Electronics Restructures Sales
Electronics manufacturer TT electronics of Corpus Christi, Texas, has restructured its North American sales operations, creating an integrated sales and marketing team to represent its component business units, the company announced yesterday. The new TT electronics North American sales operation will be responsible for the sales and marketing of optoelectronics, passive components and power and RF semiconductors from BI Technologies, IRC Inc., OPTEK Technology, Semelab and Welwyn Components products in the Americas. "Under the new sales organization, TT electronics rep firms and distributors will be able to sell the entire range of component division products, providing our customers with 'one-stop shopping' for TT electronics components," said Steve Wade, TT electronics vice president of sales and marketing. "This unified sales structure will allow us to deliver the latest products and technologies from our business units, as well as seamlessly provide technical support and application assistance to our customers' engineering teams." The new organization will include regional and distribution management, along with specific managers assigned to key accounts and markets. For more information, visit www.ttelectronics.com/group_operations/components/, contact the TT electronics sales and marketing department at (361) 985-3166 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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