Distribution network expanded in Europe for high-efficiency power supplies

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Stadium Stontronics, a leader in the design and manufacture of high-efficiency power supply technology, has added two new partners to its authorised distribution network to support customers across Continental Europe. Advantec Electronics and Trium Power, both specialists in the distribution of power supply technologies in their respective markets of Benelux and France, have now added the complete range of power products from Stadium Stontronics, including plugtop, desktop and embedded power supplies and transformers, to their product line-ups.

Advantec, based in the Netherlands, has a longstanding relationship with Stadium Power* over many years, and successfully designed in the Stadium Power range of EN54-4 1998 compliant products to a number of security applications. This official agreement between Advantec and Stadium Stontronics consolidates and builds on the existing relationship, and offers customers in the Benelux region ease of access to products, as well as strong technical support for the range.

Paris-based Trium Power is a highly respected distributor to the OEM market in France with a reputation for innovation, reliability and value. Focused on delivering high-quality, high-performance power products, the company provides excellent technical expertise in the field of power technologies across its impressive portfolio.

Martin Brabham, Managing Director at Stadium Stontronics, commented: “The appointment of Trium Power and Advantec to our distribution network provides us with a major gateway to markets in Europe, enabling us to extend our reach and to offer enhanced support to customers through local technical and commercial specialists. Both distributors have excellent capabilities and experience in supporting power supply users at all stages of the design-to-manufacturing process. This is an important growth opportunity for our business that gives customers in France and Benelux access to a market-leading power portfolio.”