Keysight signs two more distribution partners

Keysight Technologies Australia Pty Ltd

Thursday, 07 October, 2021

Keysight Technologies, a technology company that delivers advanced design and validation solutions to help accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, has announced that it has signed two more test and measurement companies, Rapid-Tech Equipment and Leda Electronics, as authorised distribution partners in Australia.

The new distributors, which are owned by a single company, cover the entire country of Australia, helping to accelerate customers’ success with access to Keysight’s line of advanced test and measurement solutions, coupled with comprehensive local support and service.

“Keysight is fully committed to supporting customers throughout Australia,” said Simon Rodger, Keysight’s Australia Channel Sales Manager. “Adding Rapid-Tech and Leda Electronics to our network of distribution partners helps to ensure Australian customers receive the best solutions and technical expertise needed to be successful.”

Rapid-Tech Equipment, headquartered in Melbourne, was started in 1996. The company has offices in Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide, providing advice and high-quality test and measurement equipment to customers across eastern Australia.

Leda Electronics has been an established importer, distributor, wholesaler and retailer of quality test and measuring instruments in Western Australia for over 30 years. The company has a competent network of subdistributors throughout Western Australia, with technically qualified staff that provide service and calibration support to customers.

“Excellent customer support and quick delivery is what Rapid-Tech Equipment has built its reputation on in the test and measurement industry,” said Mike Collins, CEO of Rapid-Tech and Leda Electronics. “We will continue this with the Keysight product line.”

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