New Yorker and Major League Electronics Sign New Franchised Distribution Agreement


New Agreement between New Yorker and Major League Brings Reliable and Durable Interconnect Solutions for Demanding Applications

Barry Slivka, President of New Yorker Electronics

­New Yorker Electronics, global distributor of electronic components, recently announced a new franchised distribution agreement with Major League Electronics, renowned manufacturer of interconnect products. Founded in 1993 and located in New Albany, Indiana, USA, Major League Electronics offers an extremely wide range of PCB Connectors including pin headers, Sockets, IDC Cables/connectors and micro connectors for both Board-to-Board and Wire-to-Board applications. They also custom design connectors that can be entirely design specific, and turn them around in a very short lead time.

Major League Electronics is a company that specializes in the design and manufacturing of electronic interconnect products. They offer a wide range of connectors, sockets, and cable assemblies for various industries such as telecommunications, industrial automation, medical devices, and more.

According to Barry Slivka, President of New Yorker Electronics, “Major League Electronics is known for its high-quality products and custom solutions that are tailored to accommodate the specific needs of their customers.” Slivka added, “Major League focuses on providing reliable and durable interconnect solutions for demanding applications.”

Neil Coffman, President of Major League Electronics, commented, “We are excited to have New Yorker Electronics as a distribution partner. We look forward to providing their customers with quality products that meet or exceed their expectations.” As a franchised distributor, New Yorker Electronics supplies the full line of Major League Electronics PCB Connectors, SIM Connectors, Terminal Blocks, MICRO, IDC Connectors, Shrouded Headers and MicroUSBs.

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