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Littelfuse Moves Canadian Fuse Distribution In-House to Enhance Services

October 20, 2021

Littelfuse Moves Canadian Fuse Distribution In-House to Enhance Services

Littelfuse, Inc., an industrial technology manufacturing company empowering a sustainable, connected, and safer world, announced it will begin distributing its manufactured fuse, fuse holder and fuse block products directly from its Canadian warehouse.

In-house distribution benefits include:

  • Distributors will be able to purchase Littelfuse fuse, fuse holder and distribution block products as well as relay and control products directly from the Littelfuse Canadian office in Canadian dollars
  • Littelfuse will stock inventory in Mississauga, ON and will offer a low minimum order and low prepaid shipping threshold
  • Emergency shipments and same-day pick up will be available from the Littelfuse warehouse
  • Extensive Littelfuse support structure to improve customer service

The Littelfuse Canadian representatives will continue to support its manufactured protective relay & control products and will begin supporting the Littelfuse fuse product line effective January 1, 2022.

For more information, please reach out to your local Littelfuse manufacturer representative or feel free to contact Littelfuse Eastern Canadian Sales Manager Jarrod Pridham at jpridham@Littelfuse.com or Littelfuse Sales Engineering Manager Tyler Klassen at TylerKlassen@Littelfuse.com.

About Littelfuse

Littelfuse (NASDAQ: LFUS) is an industrial technology manufacturing company empowering a sustainable, connected, and safer world. Across more than 15 countries, and with 12,000 global associates, we partner with customers to design and deliver innovative, reliable solutions. Serving over 100,000 end customers, our products are found in a variety of industrial, transportation and electronics end markets – everywhere, every day. Learn more at Littelfuse.com.

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