Conrad at the electronica 2022
The goal has been set. An exhaustive range of products and services tailored to B2B customers are the secret behind Conrad’s endeavour to become Europe’s leading sourcing platform for technical business supplies. However, this only works if you listen to what your customers say and act accordingly.
“We’ve been in business for almost 100 years, 25 of them retailing in the B2B sector. Means we know precisely what the industries need when it comes to automation,” explains Ralf Bühler, CEO of Conrad Electronic.
Business customers who attend the electronica 2022 between the 15 – 18 November in Munich, Germany, will find out exactly what the team behind the Conrad Sourcing Platform are talking about.
Know-how and collaboration during sourcing and product design
Looking into digitalising purchasing to save time and money during the sourcing process? SMEs, multinationals and everyone else in between: Conrad’s team at the electronica are showcasing, among other things, electronic procurement solutions that suit businesses of all sizes.
Moreover, the team will give advice to manufacturers and distributors keen on exploiting new sales channels. At the same time, business owners who came up with an idea for a product and are now looking for a partner to get it on the market will find someone more than willing to lend an ear. The main benefit of collaborating with Conrad’s project business team is getting full support from the early blueprints all the way to the time the new product ships from the warehouse.
Conrad will exhibit all the latest highlights in the robotics, components, testing equipment and electrical engineering category at this year’s electronica. This includes products of leading brands such as Lapp, Molex and TE Connectivity.
Last but not least, Conrad share their booth with SOS Electronic and Rapid Electronics, who are part of the Conrad Group and boost the range of components.
Conrad booth to showcase the latest trend: workable automation using cobots
At this year’s fair, the team at Conrad will focus on collaborative robots, aka cobots, another area where Conrad see themselves as solution providers.
“We really want to make SMEs across trade, manufacturing and the logistics sector aware of what these innovative multifunction tools have to offer,” explains Bühler.
This involves showcasing the Franka Emika cobot at the booth, to demonstrate that, nowadays, cobots are an affordable way to implement workable automation. Programming these bots is pretty straightforward which makes changing the set-up for new tasks or different procedures simple. And compared to the robots widely used across the industries these days, integrating cobots in existing production and logistics environments to work hand in hand with humans whilst complying with applicable workplace safety law is highly cost-effective.
More about the products Conrad are showcasing at the electronica 2022 and the opportunity to arrange a meeting is available.