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EBV: what works in Europe, works here

2 April 2008 News

EBV Elektronik was founded in Germany in 1969 and its specific model for business distribution from a centralised warehouse, combined with dedicated, specialised technical support of a focused line card, characterised by long term partnerships with select semiconductor manufacturing partners, has made the company a global leader in the electronic semiconductor distribution industry.

Service levels in South Africa, where EBV has been present for 10 years, are similar to what is offered in more than 58 European offices in 28 countries. All products are supplied from a central Munich warehouse, which gives all South African customers instant access to close to 300 million Euros worth of inventory. If required, delivery from the warehouse to the South African customer can be reliably achieved within four days.

EBV's focused line card enables continuous training of qualified application specialists, to ensure the availability of a high level of technical customer support across the portfolio of products offered.

Specialised systems, purchasing teams, and customer services combine with a strong sales team to ensure a high level of service to the end customer at a competitive price.



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