11 Jan 2013

Digi-Key wins Molex Global eCatalog Distributor award

Molex is to present its 2012 Global eCatalog Distributor of the Year award to Digi-Key Corporation.

The award recognises a Molex global partner demonstrating financial growth coupled with operational and management excellence in advancing Molex products and technology around the world.

“Digi-Key not only outgrew all of its competitors in the Internet-based eCatalog space, but also demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to supporting Molex products in the global marketplace,” said Fred Bell, vice president, global distribution, Molex. “Whether we were introducing a new product or launching a promotion or new packaging option, the Digi-Key team was right there to reinforce our marketing efforts.”

“The Internet is changing how we communicate with our customers and, most importantly, how we deliver timely information to engineers,” said Chris Beeson, vice president, global sales and business development at Digi-Key. “Together with Molex, we are able to showcase the latest and greatest component technologies and offer a broad selection of new, in-stock products."

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