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Lane Electronics’ in-house Eaton Souriau assembly facility passes audit

Lane Electronics, a franchised distributor and a premium distributor for the Eaton Souriau range of high-performance interconnect technologies, has successfully passed an audit of their value-added distribution facility.

In addition to being able to supply an extensive range of Eaton's Souriau connectors from their stock, Lane Electronics also provides a value-added assembly service. With access to a wide range of additional parts their in-house Value-Added Distribution (VAD) capability means they can assemble and supply many more standard connectors that can be custom-configured and assembled to order and help customers get new products to market quickly.

To retain their qualified assembling distributor status a regular audit is required and Patrick Sangleboeuf, VAD Product Manager of EATON Interconnect Technologies Division recently visited Lane Electronics’ facility in Sussex to evaluate their in-house assembly. This covered the D38999 / MIL-DTL-38999 series I and III, their commercial equivalents 8LT and 8D and derivatives, as well as the 8STA and the micro-38999 ranges.

“We are very pleased that the audit of our Souriau connector VAD facility by Eaton was a success, and we can continue to offer our customers a fully certified fast-turnaround bespoke connector service,” says Nick Wheeler, Sales Director of Lane Electronics in a press release.


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June 13 2024 1:49 pm V22.4.55-2