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Arrow Electronics Opens Power Products Center in Phoenix

June 11, 2006 by Jeff Shepard

Arrow Electronics, Inc. announced that it has opened a new Power Supply Value-Added Center as part of Arrow's Logistics and Value-Added Center in Phoenix. The Power Supply Value-Added Center provides design capabilities, product assembly, integration and distribution services, offering additional resources for the power supply needs of original equipment manufacturing customers (OEMs).

"The process of selecting power supply products can be very complex, but our team of specialists in combination with the new Power Supply Value-Added Center are turning customers' specifications into market-ready products on time and on budget," said Bob Brenner, director, Value-Add and Logistics, Arrow North American Components.

Arrow's Logistics and Value-Added Center spans 212,000 square feet and is ISO 9001:2000, TL 9000 and AS9100 certified. It maintains a Class 1000 cleanroom specifically designed for flat panel assembly and integration, along with a quality and process controlled environment and a Lean Sigma culture. Its services include engineering to carry out product design, verification and testing, and build-on-demand services for a wide range of end applications, including server and storage markets, test and measurement, telecommunications infrastructure, and medical and industrial equipment.