New Yorker Electronics acquires Omni Pro Electronics

New Yorker Electronics acquires Omni Pro Electronics

“The purchase of Omni Pro is an integral component of our aggressive acquisition plan,” said Barry Slivka, president of New Yorker Electronics. The company is actively identifying companies that fit its acquisition model, he added.

New Yorker was founded in 1948 and is a franchised distributor of  passive, interconnect, electromechanical and mil-spec components and semiconductors and offers value-added services for OEMs and contract manufacturers in industrial, aerospace and defence ad commercial markets.

Omni Pro specialises in industrial control and board-level components for industrial, commercial, and aerospace/defence applications. Suppliers include Altech, EM Microelectronics, Isocom, IO Audio and many Asia manufacturers (e.g., Kang Yang, Jie Jie Thyristors) and LED products from FEMA., and  used in a broad array of

 

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