CHICAGO, March 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Design engineers can now quickly source Panasonic's full range of board-level passive components and discrete semiconductors from Newark element14. Newark element14, a leading distributor of electronic components and engineering solutions in the Americas, and Panasonic, an industry-leading manufacturer of high quality electronic components, have agreed to expand their distribution agreement to include a wide range of passive components, semiconductors and wireless RF modules. The agreement builds on Newark element14's long-term success marketing Panasonic relays, sensors, electromechanical components and industrial automation products, and increases the range of capacitors, resistors, inductors, electromechanical switches and discrete components available for same-day shipping. "We're delighted to expand our partnership with Newark element14," said Dan Litts, Senior Vice President Panasonic Industrial Devices Sales Company of America. "Their customer base of industrial and design engineers is as impressive as the resources they offer on the element14 engineering community." "Our partnership with Panasonic is longstanding, and this expansion fits perfectly with our strategy to provide engineers and procurement professionals with a complete set of tools to deliver solutions easily and more efficiently," commented Jimmy Seifert, Senior Vice President Supplier, Asset, and Purchasing Management, Newark element14. About Newark element14 Newark element14 is a high-service distributor of technology products and engineering solutions for electronic system design, maintenance and repair. Bringing together the latest products, services, and development software, all connected to an innovative online engineering community where purchasers and engineers can access peers and experts, a wide range of independent technical information and helpful tools. For news updates from Newark element14 visit:Premier Farnell News CentreTwitter - @element14news YouTube - element14 Facebook- http://www.facebook.com/element14pageEmail: email@example.com About Panasonic Industrial Devices Sales Company of America
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