Gopher Electronics Named Regional Distributor for 2014 by Honeywell Sensing and Control

St. Paul, MN -- Gopher Electronics, www.GopherElectronics.com is extremely proud to accept Honeywell Sensing and Control’s (S&C) 2014 Regional Distributor of the Year Award!

Incorporated in 1952 by Gene DeLonais and his brother Don, Gopher was initially franchised for Honeywell S&C, known as Micro Switch, in 1960. Through 54 years of Loyalty, Teamwork and just plain Hard Work, Honeywell S&C and Gopher Electronics have forged a bond that focuses on serving mutual customers with excellence.

“We proudly accept this award on behalf of our employees and customers. Best practices today demand a laser focus on communication, collaboration and commitment to exceed our customers’ expectations. Honeywell S&C is Gopher’s flagship supplier that provides our team with new products, new systems and outstanding vision for new trends and technologies,” said Mike Treece, CEO.

As a 100 percent employee-owned company, Gopher’s team members work closely with Honeywell S&C personnel and manufacturers’ reps for one single-minded purpose: To Continuously Improve to Serve Customers.

Gopher Electronics expands Honeywell S&C switches and sensor product lines by offering Higher-Level Sub-Assemblies. Gopher Electronics will stock these Sub-Assemblies which are available for release on demand to meet our customers’ production requirements.

“We were happy to present the 2014 Regional Distributor of the Year Award to Gopher Electronics,” said Mike West director of sales at Honeywell S&C. “Gopher has been a trusted distributor of ours for well over 50 years and we look forward to continuing that partnership for many more years to come.”

For additional information, visit http://www.gopherelectronics.com
 

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