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A distributor is buys and resells products or lines of products to be sold to the end users. This intermediary will generally supply value added services like financing arrangements, warranties and technical suppor

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t. Manufacturers typically do not sell direct to consumer, so finding a good sales channel is essential. You can always try to go to a manufacturer first, but more often than not, a distributor will receive bulk discounts, manufacturer rebates or other specials that are generally not available to the public for a one off purchase.

Some companies will use an exclusive distributor as their brand’s channel, but often there will be multiple choices in any given region.

Search listings of companies that sell product lines including: LED lighting, EV Chargers, controls, sensors, meters, HVAC units refrigeration motors and more on Energy Partner Network.

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AMETEK, Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with annual... Read More

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Amphenol has a diversified presence across eight high-growth segments of the electronics market: Military, Commercial... Read More

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PCE Instruments

PCE is focussed on development, manufacture and sales of test and measurement instruments, laboratory test... Read More

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Weltmann Lighting, LLC

Weltmann Lighting, LLC is a full-service lighting distributor providing lighting fixtures, lighting controls and related... Read More

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Platt Electric

Platt is a value-added service company that supplies a broad range of high quality products... Read More

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Autoliv is the world's largest automotive safety supplier, with sales to all major car manufacturers... Read More

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Rexel Energy

The professionals at Rexel USA, Inc. and its customer-facing companies are redefining how our customers... Read More

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