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Arrow Signed Agreement In Asia With Ecliptek

Arrow Signed Distribution Agreement In Asia With Ecliptek

HONG KONG, May 8 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

Arrow Asia Pac Ltd. (Arrow) announced today that it has signed a franchise agreement with Ecliptek Corporation (NEDA: 4265), a recognized market leader in the frequency control market. Arrow Asia will market and distribute Ecliptek products through its extensive sales and marketing network of 41 sales offices in 11 countries and territories in the Asia Pacific region.

Ecliptek is a leader in the frequency control market. Their innovative products and state-of-the-art technology enable Arrow to provide customers with the very best in crystal and oscillator products," said Cameron Ward, Managing Director, PEMCO Marketing, Arrow Asia Pac.

Cary Rosen, President of Ecliptek said, "We have had an exceptional working relationship with Arrow for many years and I believe their world-class supply chain capabilities and comprehensive technical services complement well with our strategy for Asia. Arrow's extensive sales and marketing network Asia will help us to expand our presence in this region as well as help in introducing exciting new products to the market."

About Ecliptek Corporation Founded in 1987, Ecliptek Corporation is a recognized market leader in the frequency control market. Ecliptek's state-of-the-art products and leading edge technology enable them to provide customers the very best in crystal and oscillator products. Service is a cornerstone of Ecliptek's success. They consider customers partners and strive to meet and exceed their requirements for quality, customer service, and value. This coupled with professional technical support and a comprehensive company wide quality program make Ecliptek the industry's best resource for frequency control products.

About Arrow Asia Pac: A subsidiary of Arrow Electronics, Inc. (NYSE: ARW), Arrow Asia Pac is one of Asia Pacific's leading electronic component distributors. In addition to its regional headquarters in Hong Kong, Arrow Asia Pac operates 41 sales offices, three primary distribution centers and ten local warehousing facilities in eleven countries/territories across Asia.

Providing a full range of semiconductors, passive, electromechanical and connectors products from over 60 leading international suppliers, Arrow Asia Pac serves more than 10,000 original equipment and contract manufacturers and commercial customers in Asia Pacific. Visit us at .


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