Northvale company signs distribution agreement

November 4, 2018 by  

New Yorker Electronics, a Northvale company that distributes electronic components globally, recently penned an agreement with Rectron Semiconductor to distribute its products.

The company is located on Industrial Parkway in Northvale, and was established in 1948. The company is known for its sizable inventories, and complete product lines. It also meets industry standards, complying with ISO 9001:2015 and AS9120B regulations as a certified supplier of inductors, filters, connectors, semiconductors, resistors, capacitors and more.

It also meets standards set for those who deal with aerospace and military applications, functioning in strict compliance with AS6496 and AS5553 standards. Meeting these standards verifies that New Yorker has put standard industry practices into place to stop the development and spread of counterfeit parts.

New Yorker Electronics is also a member of ERAI (Electronic Resellers Association International), and ECIA (Electronics Component Industry Association). Companies like this might consider working with flyer printers to create a mailer for customers about the new association.

For its part, Rectron Semiconductor manufactures a wide range of equipment including recovery diodes, high voltage diodes, Schottky, transient voltage suppressors, signal transistors, ESD diodes, Zener diodes, switching diodes, bridge rectifiers, and power rectifiers. Rectron was founded in 1976, and has wholly-owned subsidiaries in Hong Kong, London, and Los Angeles.

Rectron’s Joe Cota said working with New Yorker Electronics will help Rectron expand its products, thanks to New Yorker’s history of distribution efforts.