AUSTIN, TX – Abracon, LLC (Abracon), a leading global manufacturer of frequency control, timing, synchronization, RF, connectivity, and power component solutions, announces Karim Yasmine as the inaugural winner of Abracon’s Global Executive Partnership award.
Yasmine serves as the corporate vice president for strategic supplier development at Future Electronics.
The Global Executive Partnership award is presented to an individual who most closely aligns with Abracon’s guiding principles that build value with customers: prompt and diligent customer service, technical expertise, and high integrity. Effective asset management practices and a committed strategy to investment in Abracon inventory complement these qualities by helping customers find complete technology solutions.
"Behind this award, Karim took immediate action establishing Abracon as a high supplier priority within the sales organization. On behalf of our entire Abracon family, we thank Karim for his contributions and support to our key initiatives across the globe," Abracon VP of Global Sales Mike White said.
Yasmine prioritizes Abracon as a key supplier and aligns resources to support our global success. His leadership and tireless dedication has been instrumental toward achieving this mutual success.
"We appreciate Abracon giving us this kind of recognition and putting together a first-ever global prize. We have a lot of pressure to defend that position now," Yasmine said.
About Abracon, LLC | The Heartbeat of the IoT™
Abracon is an industry leader in passive components, providing frequency control & timing devices, RF & antenna products, and inductor & connectivity solutions. With service and quality at the company’s core, Abracon enables innovative IoT solutions. Abracon powers the AEL Crystals, Ecliptek, Fox, ILSI, MMD, Oscilent and ProAnt brands, delivering the latest technical design support and global supply chain flexibility to solve customers’ unique challenges.
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