Sager Electronics Completes Acquisition of Technical Power Systems


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Sager Electronics, a distributor of interconnect, power and electromechanical components and provider of value-add solutions, has completed the acquisition of Technical Power Systems (TPS), a specialist in the production of custom battery assemblies headquartered in Lisle, Illinois. The addition of Technical Power Systems enhances the product set and design solution capabilities of Sager Power Systems, a specialized group within Sager Electronics, which launched in 2015.  

"In the four years since launching Sager Power Systems, Sager has strengthened its offering with thermal products, battery products, value-add capabilities for power supplies and now, with the addition of TPS, value-add capabilities for batteries," said Sager Electronics President Frank Flynn. "With this complete set of products and broader array of engineering and value-add capabilities, Sager is well positioned to design and deliver system level solutions to our customers as well as traditional discrete product solutions, truly differentiating Sager in the distribution landscape."

About Sager Electronics

Sager Electronics, a wholly owned subsidiary of TTI Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway Inc. company, is a North American distributor of Interconnect, Power and Electromechanical components from leading manufacturers worldwide and a provider of value-add solutions. Grounded in over 130 years of innovation and service, Sager Electronics provides customers and suppliers a unique combination of operational excellence and innovative business solutions through its Distributing Confidence® business model. Headquartered in Middleborough, MA, Sager Electronics operates a national network of field sales representatives and power systems sales engineers, strategically located service centers across North America, and a value-add Power Solutions Center located in Carrollton, TX.

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