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Chauvin Arnoux Energy and RS Components sign a worldwide distribution agreement

Chauvin Arnoux Energy, a subsidiary of the French leader in test & measurement instruments Chauvin Arnoux, has signed a partnership agreement with the worldwide leader in the electronic component distribution and maintenance, RS Components.

Enerdis et RS Components signent un accord de distribution mondiale

Thanks to this agreement, RS Components now offers all its customers the comprehensive solutions from Chauvin Arnoux Energy for complying in particular with the new obligations linked to the ISO 50001 standard concerning energy management and savings. For the first time, Chauvin Arnoux Energy meters, power monitors and current sensors are being distributed and sold online on the RS website, alongside the Chauvin Arnoux Group's four other brands, which are already present: Chauvin Arnoux®, Metrix®, Pyrocontrole® and Manumesure, the Group brand specialized in metrology and regulatory testing.

"This agreement will enable more installers, integrators and end-users to access our products quickly and benefit from the high performance of the industrial-grade solutions chosen by the most demanding professionals," explains Jean-Eric Garnier, the Managing Director of Chauvin Arnoux Energy.

About RS Components

RS Components and Allied Electronics are the commercial brands of Electrocomponents plc, a worldwide distributor of products for all engineers. Present in 32 countires, it offers more than 500,000 products for sale via the internet to over a million customers, as well as catalogs and trade counters. This represents more than 44,000 packages shipped all over the world every day. These products come from 2,500 major partner suppliers and include semi-conductors, interconnection, passive and electromechanical components, automatic and control systems, electrical products, test and measurement instruments, tools and consumables.

Electrocomponents is listed on the London Stock Exchange and achieved sales revenues of £1.29 billion in the year ending March 31st, 2016.