TTI secures sixth consecutive ‘Global Distributor of the Year’ award from Molex

TTI has been awarded ‘2019 Global Distributor of the Year’ by Molex. The award recognises the outstanding global channel partner each year for advancing Molex technology solutions through demonstrated growth in worldwide sales, coupled with global financial, operational, and executive management excellence. This award demonstrates that for the past year, TTI has outperformed the overall channel.

TTI appreciates the Molex awards (from left to right): Marc Winfield, Vice President Sales Europe; Geoff Breed, Vice President Marketing Europe; Markus Trowe, Director Product Marketing Europe – Connectors; Tobias Heilmaier, Senior Corporate Product Manager

The 2019 award marks the sixth ‘Global Distributor of the Year’ award win for TTI over the last decade. In addition to this during 2019 TTI also received awards from Molex for Americas Distributor of the Year, European Distributor of the Year, Eastern European Distributor of the Year, Southern European Distributor of the Year and DACH region Distributor of the Year.

“We are delighted to honor and celebrate TTI for their six-time global win,” said Fred Bell, vice president global distribution, Molex. “Molex is honoured to work with an exemplary and dedicated channel partner over the years. Their extraordinary contributions to the mutual success of both companies has been consistently demonstrated and we look forward to our continued collaboration.”

“This recognition of TTI by Molex is received with great honour,” said Ronald Velda, Director Supplier Marketing Europe Connectors. “The award proves us right in our actions to support Molex in growing the business – in Europe and worldwide. Now we have won Global Distributor of the Year for the sixth time in a row, our teams will work hard and with passion to make it seven years.”

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