LAVA appoints Intronics as its Master European Distributor

25th Friday, 2011  |  Life at LAVA, news  |  no comments

Intronics, a stocking distributor of connectivity products and solutions located in Barnefeld, The Netherlands, has been appointed as Lava Computer MFG. Inc.’s direct trading partner and Master Distribution Partner in Europe. For years Intronics has been a Premier Distributor for LAVA in Europe, and it now becomes a European importer of lines of I/O cards and Ethernet-to-serial device servers engineered and manufactured by LAVA.
intronics logoThe existing commercial relationship and long trading history between LAVA and Intronics, as well as Intronics’ extensive technical support and stocking capability were key factors in LAVA’s decision to appoint Intronics a full European stocking distributor said Bob Figol, Vice-President, Lava Computer MFG. Inc. He further went on to say “LAVA is looking forward to expanding our sales and marketing activities with Intronics in the European marketplace.”
Marc Swolfs, Managing Director, Intronics Group says he is very pleased with this step forward between the two companies. He further stated “Our customers will benefit from the tighter integration that has been created between the two companies while getting better and faster support.” Swolfs added that LAVA specializes in the design and production of computer interfaces for industrial use. Its product lines include I/O cards and Ethernet-to-serial device servers. With I/O cards, various peripheral devices can be connected to computers. Furthermore, with LAVA’s Ethernet-to-serial device servers, RS-232 industrial devices can be easily linked to local computer networks via Ethernet. Both LAVA’s I/O cards and Ethernet-to-serial device servers have a long field lives and LAVA provides a LAVA Lifetime Warranty on all their products.
Intronics B.V. was established in 1981 as a department of the TKH Group. Intronics B.V. is an innovative and fast-growing distributor, importer, and exporter of electronic and electro-mechanical components, computer supplies, and network devices.