Micronas partners with Phoenics Electronics Inc to Provide Design-In and Logistics Solutions in North America

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Micronas (SIX Swiss Exchange: MASN), a leading supplier of innovative application-specific IC and sensor system solutions for automotive and industrial electronics and Phoenics Electronics Inc, a stocking distributor of semiconductor and board level solutions have announced that they have signed an agreement for implementation of distribution services.

Phoenics will provide a full array of engineering and logistics support for Micronas customers across North America. With a technically adept engineering staff and a full range of product fulfillment services, Phoenics is well positioned to support demand creation efforts and product fulfillment management. "In today's environment of increasing technical demands and faster time to market requirements, the ability to quickly cover a wide range of customer issues is required", says David Karlinski, Director of Sales for North America. According to David Karlinski: "A partnership with Phoenics extends our customer reach, demand creation efforts, and increases our logistic options for our mutual customers."

Director of Phoenics' Application Engineering Team, Steve Wilson, adds "Phoenics' engineering team is excited to support Micronas' Hall-effect and Gas sensor product lines. Our company is focused on leading edge technology and the facilitation of that technology. Micronas is a technology leader and we look forward to working closely with their customers in helping to bring their products to market."
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