Rutronik opens subsidiary in Turkey

Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente is now also represented in Istanbul with a new subsidiary of the company.  Rutronik has been present on the Turkish market since 2008 via a partnership agreement with the Turkish distributor Elektro Elektronik. Like all the other subsidiaries, the Turkish office is seamlessly integrated in the Rutronik organizational structure and in the worldwide IT infrastructure. For customers, this means consistent standards of support worldwide and the highest possible degree of flexibility in production planning. Rutronik now operates 70 branches with more than 1,500 employees in Europe, Asia and America.

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