TE Connectivity Completes Acquisition Of Kissling Group

By Chad Elmore04 June 2019

TE Connectivity, a specialist in connectivity systems and sensors, has completed the previously announced acquisition of the Kissling group of companies.

Headquartered in Wildberg, Germany, Kissling is a provider of high-power and high-voltage relays and ruggedized switches for the commercial transportation, industrial, military and aviation industries as well as other applications.

With this acquisition, TE said it further expands its portfolio of specialty relays and switches to support the needs of industrial and commercial transportation customers – truck, bus, construction and other specialized vehicle manufacturers, facing evolving high voltage and power management requirements as they design next-generation vehicles.

Integrating Kissling’s range of products into TE’s existing hybrid and electric mobility solutions (HEMS) portfolio is expected to further strengthen TE’s ability to develop and provide integrated, highly engineered solutions for customers worldwide.

“Kissling has an established reputation as an innovation leader in building mission-critical hardware with products that have a solid performance track record in the commercial vehicle, transportation and industrial markets,” said Aaron Stucki, senior vice president and general manager of TE’s Industrial & Commercial Transportation business unit. “Their specialty relays and ruggedized switches and expertise in electronics for smart relays and power distribution, combined with TE’s broad portfolio, global footprint and close customer partnerships, will allow us to strengthen our support for customers in markets around the world.”

The business will be reported as part of TE’s Industrial & Commercial Transportation business.

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