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Allied Electronics & Automation expands trusted supplier network

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Allied Electronics & Automation expands trusted supplier network

Allied Electronics & Automation has added more trusted suppliers to its 300-strong network, including Baldor-Reliance, SCHNEEBERGER and IKO International, the company announced April 27.
The company had earlier announced that it had added to its terminal block and synchronous drive application product offerings by adding a full suite of products from Amphenol–Anytek and B&B Manufacturing.
The Fort Worth-based company has also added LOVATO Electric, nVent CADDY and nVent ERICO as trusted suppliers to increase its electrical application and installation offerings.
“Allied continues to add new suppliers to bolster our network of more than 300 brands,” said Frank Cantwell, Vice President of Supplier and Product Management at Allied. “Adding Baldor-Reliance, SCHNEEBERGER and IKO to our supplier network, along with the recent enhancements we’ve made to our digital customer experience, sends a clear message to customers that we are committed to being a world-class partner in helping engineers, designers and maintainers solve their toughest challenges.”
The news release said the company provides solutions for engineers, purchasers, maintainers, fleet managers and inventors from a vast network of well-known and respected brands. Allied also is committed to delivering products when customers need them, with an industry-best 10:00 p.m. EST cutoff for same-day shipping to all orders in the United States.
Baldor-Reliance, an ABB brand, has more than a century of experience designing and manufacturing electric motors.
The company said SCHNEEBERGER, using the most advanced manufacturing technology and highly specialized employees, has set the standard for durability, reliability, and efficiency in linear motion technology.
IKO International designs and manufactures motion products.
Amphenol-Anytek provides high-quality terminal blocks and reliable electrical solutions for customers and partners worldwide.
B&B Manufacturing is North America’s largest synchronous drive pulley manufacturer and a trusted supplier of standard, custom, and prototype synchronous drive applications used by distributors and original equipment manufacturers in the power transmission and precision mechanical component industries.
B&B offers thousands of competitively priced, in-stock parts ready for immediate delivery from its more than $10 million inventory, including synchronous pulleys, timing belts, V-belt sheaves, tapered bushings, bar stock and flanges, roller chain sprockets, idlers, tensioners, and gears.
For more than 90 years, LOVATO Electric has been designing and manufacturing low voltage electrical devices for industrial applications. It is based in Bergamo, Italy, with its U.S. subsidiary based in Chesapeake, Virginia, since 2000.
nVent products connect and protect, consistently delivering value to industrial, commercial, residential, energy and infrastructure customers.
Allied Electronics & Automation is a high service level, authorized distributor of industrial automation products, electronic components, and electromechanical products with sales offices serving the Americas, the company news release said.
– FWBP Staff

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