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STI Certified Electronics Opens Singapore Office

August 1, 2013

The STI Certified Electronics Singapore office will service the needs of all customers in the South East Asia region and add to our Global presence.

Fremont, CA (PRWEB) August 01, 2013

STI Certified Electronics Inc., a Components Distributor with Corporate Headquarters in Fremont, CA announced the opening of their Singapore office. The Company has a broad and growing product portfolio of semiconductor, active and passive integrated circuits and has a reputation for excellent customer service and design support.

“A growing number of our customers have product development activities and design centers in North America, but manufacturer product in their own factories or outsource production to contract manufacturers in South East Asia. We need to provide our customers local purchasing and application support. The Singapore office will service the needs of all customers in the region and add to our presence in Asia.” Said Alex Woo, President of STI Certified Electronics.

“The STI Certified Electronics Singapore Office is headed by Mr. Nelson Chow, a seasoned senior manager with over fifteen years of experience in the Franchised Distribution business. We are pleased to add a manager with Nelson’s background to our sales team.” He added.

The STI Certified Electronics Singapore Office Location is:

50 Tagore Lane #05-01C

Entrepreneur Center

Singapore 787494

Phone: (65) 64991867

About STI Certified Electronics Inc.

STI Certified Electronics is a member of the STI Certified Group founded in California in 1988.

We are an approved supplier to a growing number of the world’s largest electrical equipment manufacturers. We are a Franchised Distributor of electronic solutions. Our business model is to focus on innovative products and the markets that need them. Each product on our line card was selected because it meets the needs of the markets we serve

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