We’re TD SYNNEX (NYSE: SNX), a leading distributor and solutions aggregator for the IT ecosystem. We’re 22,000 of the IT industry’s best and brightest, who share an unwavering passion for bringing compelling technology products, services and solutions to the world. We’re an innovative partner that helps our customers maximize the value of IT investments, demonstrate business outcomes and unlock growth opportunities. At our core, we’re a company that cares. We care about our partners, our co-workers, our investors and the world around us. And we’re committed to being a diverse, inclusive employer of choice and a good corporate citizen.
Together, we’re better. Getronics’ 130+ years history in integrating and bringing technologies together is second to none. We provide our Customers ubiquitous access, speed, reliability, productivity, engagement and exceptional user experience.
You may not know Foxconn, but it's intimately acquainted with the thing vibrating in your pocket or purse. Foxconn International Holdings (FIH) provides technology design and manufacturing services, mainly to the wireless telecommunications industry. The company's product design and engineering services include industrial and mechanical design and prototyping, primarily of cell phones. FIH also repairs and refurbishes the wireless handsets and other consumer electronics that it manufactures. The company has served some of the top names in the technology industry, including Apple, Dell, Nokia, and Sony. Leading global contract electronics manufacturer Hon Hai Precision Industry owns more than 70% of FIH.
The ROSEN Group was founded in 1981 by Hermann Rosen himself in Lingen Germany and has since grown organically and exponentially, becoming the leader in its industry. In the last four decades, ROSEN now operates in over 120 countries with over 4,000 employees. Both operating locations and research and development centers around the world focus continuously on the ability to innovate the newest technologies.
Técnico Corporation is an employee-owned, customer driven company. As an MSRA/ABR holder, Técnico is recognized as a leader in ship maintenance, repair and modernization. We deliver quality work, safely, on-time and on budget. Committed to shipbuilders and their critical importance to national security and the economy - we supply innovative, cost effective support for servicing U.S. government and commercial vessels around the world. Our expertise includes hull, mechanical and electrical (HM&E), habitability, fabrication, alteration & installation, labor support and scaffolding. Our structural, pipe, electrical, paint (painting & coating), rigging, sheet metal-fabrication, machinist (outside & inside), welding and temporary service shops support our work. From the Pacific to the Atlantic we go where the work is, ready to provide rapid response worldwide by maintaining strategic locations. We operate in ports across the U.S. with facilities along the East, Gulf and West Coast including Chesapeake, Philadelphia, Mayport, Mobile, Bremerton, and San Diego. Técnico is a proud graduate of the Small Business Administration’s 8(a) development program. Operating under an ISO 9001:2015-compliant Quality Management System, we take pride in producing quality work, conducting business with integrity, and operating with the utmost regard for the safety and health of our employees, partners, and customers. In addition, we have an accredited Apprenticeship Program designed to build and provide the skilled workforce necessary to achieve success. Técnico is dedicated to supporting all of our customers, who depend on the safe functional operation of their vessels. Through seamless cooperation with industry partners and subcontractors, we streamline operations and realize objectives such as innovative solutions, safe working conditions, competitive pricing, short lead times, high quality workmanship and reliability of service.
In the war of wireless standards, LCC International plays all sides -- from CDMA to GSM. The radio-frequency engineering and consulting firm serves wireless carriers in every stage of operations. It helps aspiring carriers apply for licenses, buy cell sites, and design and deploy networks; it aids established carriers in expanding and upgrading technology; and it helps mature wireless firms streamline their operations. It also provides outsourced daily operations and maintenance of networks. In addition to wireless service providers, the company serves telecommunications equipment vendors, systems integrators, and tower operators. Riley Investment Management owns more than 40% of LCC International.
Tokyo Electron Limited (TEL) is the one of the world's largest manufacturers of semiconductor production equipment. TEL's chip-making systems include chemical vapor deposition, thermal processing, etching, cleaning, and probing equipment. The company also makes flat-panel display (FPD) and photovoltaic (PV) production equipment, and distributes other companies' chip-making equipment, computer systems, networking products, and software in Japan. Subsidiary Tokyo Electron Device distributes chips, boards, and software made by companies including AMD, Microsoft, and Texas Instruments. Chip production equipment accounts for about 80% of TEL's sales; customers outside Japan account for around 60% of total sales.