Electronic Products & Technology

TTI lands top award recognition from suppliers

EP&T Magazine   


TTI Inc., Fort Worth TX, global distributor of interconnect, passive, electromechanical and discrete components, received an unprecedented show of recognition from its supplier partners and captured 15 top awards at the annual Electronic Distribution Show in Las Vegas this spring.

Hailed as a banner year for the distributor, honors were won from suppliers in the major IP&E segments. For the second consecutive year, TTI and its subsidiary, Mouser Electronics, received the Global Partnership Award for distributor excellence from Amphenol Corp. Jointly, the companies also received the North America Distributor of the Year Award.

For the fifth year, API Technologies awarded TTI with its Distributor of the Year Award. The award cites a combination of top point of sale (POS) market share in overall filtered connectors and low pass filters. Long-time supplier partner Bourns, honored TTI as Distributor of the Year and recognized the company with a special 30 Year Partnership Recognition award.

For the third year, TTI was honored with Distributor of the Year from Eaton. Additional awards from circuit protection suppliers came from Littelfuse, Volume Distributor of the Year, and from TDK-Epcos, Distributor of the Year.


A first-time win for TTI was earned from LED manufacturer Kingbright. Interconnect solutions provider, Souriau, presented TTI with top honors as the Military and Aerospace Distributor of the Year. Continuing a formidable showing, for the ninth year, KEMET Corporation, acknowledged TTI as Distributor of the Year. Recognizing TTI’s overall sales performance and inventory commitment, Vishay awarded TTI its prestigious Full Service Distributor of the Year Award and for outstanding passives performance, the Passive Distributor of the Year Award. Earlier this year TTI achieved Gold Level status capturing Honeywell Sensing and Control’s Top Performance Award and Global Distributor of the Year from TE Connectivity, marking a fifth win for TTI in six years.


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