SINGAPORE, 18th November 2020: RS Components, a global omni-channel solutions partner for industrial customers and suppliers, has partnered with Parker Hannifin, the global leader in motion and control technologies. The agreement extends Parker’s reach in the Asia Pacific region through the broad distribution network of RS, bringing highly reliable and quality products and solutions to more industrial and engineering customers.
The partnership also improves local stock availability of Parker products in Southeast Asia and allows for faster and more reliable delivery timelines.
Commenting on the announcement, Sean Fredericks, President, Asia Pacific at RS Components said: “We’re thrilled to be working with Parker in the region to bring top-notch engineering solutions to Southeast Asia and offer customers broader access to critical technologies necessary to ensure efficient operations and maintain high productivity levels.”
Customers can expect top of the line engineered components and systems from the Parker product range, all available on the RS website. Products are stocked locally in Singapore, allowing for reliable and consistent delivery in Southeast Asia, enabling engineers to efficiently manage industrial systems and improve productivity.
Parker products facilitate motion and controlled flow of liquids and gasses. Popular products include the CPI™/A-LOK® series, specifically designed for use on instrumentation, process and control systems, analysers and environmental equipment. These products keep leak-proof joints secured under high pressure conditions, ensuring the safety and productivity of employees.
With 97% stock availability rates in RS, procurement of Parker products is guaranteed to be simple and straightforward. In addition to the Parker range, RS Components offers customers access to over 500,000 products across the Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) and electronics range.
Parker products are available from RS in Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand.
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