RS Components launches 2012 catalogue in print and digital formats in Asia Pacific

 RS Components today announced the launch of its 2012 catalogue in print and digital formats in Asia Pacific (excluding Japan). All products featured in the catalogues are in stock and available for immediate delivery from stocking locations across the region for optimum availability. The new print catalogue includes over 60,000 of the most popular products from its portfolio of 550,000 and will be available from April 2012. The print catalogue is a convenient resource for customers to easily identify products as they constantly race against time to drive new innovations in an increasingly high-value engineering industry. Richard Huxley, Regional General Manager, Asia Pacific, RS Components, said, "Asia continues to lead global growth for RS Components, and we will continue to improve our product and service offerings to meet the needs of a new generation of tech-savvy engineers who are constantly evolving their work patterns. Our new catalogue, featuring an even better and wider range, aims to fulfil this need and cement our position as the preferred distributor for engineers and procurements specialists in the region." The digital catalogue is available from May 2012 on a USB memory stick or as a customisable PDF download from RS Online. Launched last year, the digital USB version of the catalogue has proven to be popular in Asia Pacific. The easy-to-use tool was designed for engineers constantly on the go.”
The 2012 digital catalogue features over 60,000 products and includes many enhanced functionalities. Using an internet connection, the digital catalogue seamlessly links customers to RS Online, providing them with access to over 550,000 products available globally. The fully transactional website enables customers to easily and quickly research, select and order products online. Customers can instantly get the latest product and pricing information as new products and updates are introduced on RS Online throughout the year. Whilst connected, they also have access to online resources such as data sheets and the 3D CAD model library.