Serving customers in Sweden with RODAN Technologies

Serving customers in Sweden with RODAN Technologies
Distributor RODAN Technologies now brings Fischer Connectors’ connectivity solutions and expertise to customers in the Swedish market.

At Fischer Connectors, we’re on a mission to make our customers’ lives easier, no matter where they are located. To this end, we have partnered with RODAN Technologies as our official distribution partner to better serve our customers in Sweden and to reimagine connectivity together with them. The distribution agreement went into effect at the beginning of this year.

A natural partnership

The agreement with RODAN Technologies is a natural evolution of a partnership that began in 2006. For nearly 15 years, RODAN Technologies has distributed our connectivity solutions to customers in Denmark. Now, our Swedish customers can benefit from the same tailored solutions and expertise that our other customers enjoy, namely:

  • a dedicated Swedish-speaking contact with extensive knowledge of the Scandinavian market;
  • the proven experience of a leading distributor that understands and meets Scandinavian customers’ specific requirements for innovative and reliable connectivity solutions;
  • a close relationship with a distributor headquartered near Copenhagen – only 30 minutes from Sweden.

Shared history, shared values

In addition to 15 years of shared history, RODAN Technologies also shares Fischer Connectors’ values of excellence and customer-centered collaboration by building long-term relationships with customers. More than just a distributor, RODAN Technologies is a true partner to Swedish customers, providing Fischer Connectors’ solutions and expertise to solve connectivity challenges.

Like Fischer Connectors, RODAN Technologies is a family-owned company with a history of manufacturing innovative connectivity solutions that anticipate and meet customer needs. Established in 1984, RODAN Technologies employs approximately 100 people. Their operations include production sites in Denmark, Hungary and Lithuania.