Kvartselektronik AB is present on the Nordic market since the 50’ and since the 1990 has become the leading distributor of quartz components and provides technical and logistic support to companies developing new applications. Their product portfolio includes also passive components and semiconductors, LEDs, power management , NTC resistors and sensors.
Tomaž Petaros, Mipot CEO, said: "We are very happy to partner with Kvartselektronik, because they know very well the territory and they can help us to grow our market share in the Nordic countries. This is a new step in the realization of the European distribution network."
Mr. Anders Ericson, President of Kvartselektronik, said: “We have added an important part to our portfolio in order to meet our customers' wishes and expectations and we hope to help widen the customer base of Mipot through our contacts in the industry and our know-how. “
About Mipot S.p.A.
Mipot S.p.A., a KB1909 company, is active in the electronics industry since 1973. Since the middle of the eighties Mipot has designed, manufactured and marketed RF modules in the ISM bands and has since then sold more than 20 million RF modules in different market segments, from the industrial to the consumer, in Italy and worldwide. Today Mipot offers a full range of RF modules and serves the market also by offering EMS and ODM services. Mipot represents a one stop shop for all customers, offering not only product development but also mass production and all the related services, from the material procurement to the personalized logistics.
About Kvartselektronik AB
Kvartselektronik AB (KVE) is Scandinavia's leading supplier of Quartz components. KVE started their operations already in the 50's and manufactured they own crystals until 1990. Since then, KVE has evolved to being the leading supplier of quartz components and today represents some of the world's most renowned crystal manufacturers. In order to meet customers' wishes and expectations in recent years KVE expanded the product portfolio, becoming in this way a point of reference for the Nordic countries.