RS Components Forms Global Distribution Alliance with PR Electronics

HONG KONG -- RS Components (RS) has signed a global distribution agreement with PR electronics, a leading manufacturer of signal conditioning solutions for factory automation and process industries.

The partnership between the two companies has been formed to strengthen PR electronics' globalisation strategy, which aims to serve a broader spectrum of process and automation customers worldwide, and to introduce a wide selection of PR electronics' devices to the RS online catalogue, including: I.S. interfaces; temperature transmitters; communication enablers; isolators, multifunctional devices; and displays.

"As a leading industrial automation and electronics distributor, RS has the experience to successfully support a wide range of PR electronics' products online," states Simon Bisbo, CSO, PR electronics. "We are excited about this new partnership. It is an addition to our existing global network of partners and distributors, and the RS eCommerce solution will give us the opportunity to deliver our products and solutions to an even wider range of customers."

"PR electronics uses high-precision technology to design and manufacture cutting edge products that make signal conditioning smarter and simpler," said Kevin Shield, Global Category Manager, Automation and Control, at RS Components( http://hongkong02.rs-online.com/web/c/automation-control-gear ). "Our intention with this agreement is to make it easier for process and maintenance engineers around the world to source and purchase highly innovative and accurate devices that eliminate downtime and help them to manage the process more intuitively at minimum cost."

PR electronics' devices are available to order from RS for same-day despatch from the company's global distribution centers.

For more information, visit http://www.rs-components.com and http://www.electrocomponents.com

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