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Anritsu signs distribution agreement with AR Benelux, creating availability in Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands

LUTON, UNITED KINGDOM – Anritsu Corporation has signed a distribution agreement with AR Benelux, a leading provider of test and measurement solutions for EMC, Satcom, RF/µwave for the telecoms and defense industries. Under the terms of the new agreement, Anritsu’s test equipment will now also be available in Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands through AR Benelux.

‘Anritsu continues to invest heavily in the growth and success of our distribution channel,’ said Riccardo Rossetti, sales director, central europe region. ‘We are delighted that this agreement with AR Benelux will see Anritsu’s range of leading test and measurement solutions become part of their outstanding portfolio of products, backed by their highest level of customer service and technical support.’

The Anritsu solutions offered through AR Benelux will include a range of microwave and RF handheld products that meet the test and measurement needs of the Installation and Maintenance market.

‘We are thrilled to be able to represent Anritsu here in the Benelux. We aim to provide our customers with solutions that ensure they are able to deploy and maintain networks quickly and efficiently, and we believe adding these selected Anritsu products to our offering will help us achieve that goal’, commented Stuart Mulhall, managing director, AR Benelux.

As part of the agreement, AR Benelux will provide customers in their region with sales support from the office in Hazerswoude Dorp. AR Benelux has strong relationships with organizations ranging from installation, to research and defence.

www.anritsu.com

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