Allied Electronics & Automation Adds New Products From Leeson, Marathon, Gates, Eclipse CCTV, SGX Sensortech and Spilltech

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February 17, 2021

Allied Electronics & Automation has strengthened its robust roster of more than 500 world-class suppliers with the addition of motors from Leeson and Marathon; Gates power transmission products; sensors from Amphenol SGX Sensortech; Eclipse CCTV security/body temperature scanners; and SpillTech sorbents.

The additional product categories now available from these suppliers enhance Allied’s available selection of a wide range of industrial components and supplies including motors, industrial controls, sensors, thermal imagers, and cleaning and maintenance products.

As part of its focus on improving the customer experience, Allied will continue to expand its product portfolio throughout 2021 and beyond to meet customers’ wide-ranging needs. In 2020, the company added more than 50 new best-in-class suppliers to its linecard, bringing more than 10,000 new ready-to-ship product lines to customers. Allied has also recently doubled the capacity of its Fort Worth distribution center and provides online customers with tens of thousands of 360-degree high-resolution images, more than 1.1 million up-to-date product data sheets, expert advice on a wide range of topics, and a connection to the company’s global DesignSpark free online engineering collaboration platform.

For more information, visit www.alliedelec.com.

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