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TT Electronics Enters into Partnership with Protek Power

Provider of engineered electronics for performance critical applications, TT Electronics, has announced an exclusive sales agreement with Protek Power, further enhancing their ability to deliver design, integration and assembly of power solutions to international standards, enabling a smarter supply chain and speed to market for TT Electronic customers.

Protek Power, an FSP Group company, specialises in AC-DC power supplies focused on medical or commercial grade power supply conversion products. Since 1984, Protek has established a strong reputation in the industry for quality designed and built products at competitive prices, with an emphasis on individualized engineering and customer support.

The partnership between TT Electronics and Protek Power is an exciting opportunity for both global companies to build on their excellent combined capabilities.

Frank Rene, Managing Director of Power Partners Inc., acquired by TT Electronics in March, had this to say about the new exclusive sales agreement:

“TT Electronics has recently been awarded exclusive rights to sell and market the Protek Power brand of Medical and Industrial AC/DC power supplies in the North American and UK markets. The Protek brand is well known and respected in the Medical Power industry since 1996, and the Industrial Power industry since 1985.

This new agreement will align TT Electronics’ sales organizations more closely with Protek R&D and manufacturing in order to grow sales with current products as well as define future product platforms developed for the group as well. We are looking forward to a bright future with an enhanced focus on the Protek Brand of power supplies.”

TT Electronics has established an impressive track record over more than 50 years supplying and custom-developing power supplies for challenging markets and applications and is excited about the bright future working with Protek Power.


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