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Electronics Production | July 03, 2006

Phoenix Contact expands in US

Phoenix Contact is according to CircuitsAssembly breaking ground for a $12 million expansion of its operations in Middletown, US.
“It was an ambitious and visionary decision of my brother Gerd Eisert, the architect of the Phoenix Contact business activities abroad, to enter the North American continent 25 years ago,” said CEO Klaus Eisert. “He was convinced that this highly developed nation would be a future market for Phoenix Contact. At that time, we were competing with a small range of European DIN-rail terminal blocks on the one hand and PCB terminal blocks on the other hand. This turned out to be a success story", he told CircuitsAssembly.

“The market chances with the product range completed by surge voltage protection, Interface modules and automation technology have not changed today. We will do our utmost to provide for more marketability and thus for more customer satisfaction”, Eisert added.

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