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TE Connectivity webinar to showcase solutions for industrial and commercial transportation

DEUTSCH connectors have long history of powering productivity in harsh conditions downtime in the field can be extremely expensive. When heavy duty vehicles and equipment experience electrical system failures on the job, it can be difficult to diagnose and quickly repair the problem, costing money for every hour lost.
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TE Connectivity, a world leader in connectivity and sensors, will showcase its line of DEUTSCH DT and HD/HDP connectors, as well as the associated application tooling, designed to bring peace of mind in these working conditions during a webinar entitled, “TE Product Talks: Connectors that Outperform in Harsh Environments.”  The March 31 webinar begins at 11:30 a.m. ET and will feature Eric Laurer, TE senior manager, product management, and Jean-Paul Gervais, TE global product manager.

TE’s DEUTSCH line of trusted and reliable connectors have been counted on by original equipment manufacturers, end-users and service-related organizations all around the world for efficient connectivity performance and long service life for more than 40 years. DEUTSCH connectors are offered as part of a full set of TE solutions, along with application tooling, field tools, and technical documentation.

“TE is committed to ensuring our industrial and commercial transportation customers have a product that will keep their equipment up and running,” Laurer said. “We are proud that our DEUTSCH products connect more than a billion circuits every single year and we expect that number to keep growing in the years to come.”

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The industrial and commercial transportation market is a demanding one: heavy-duty vehicles and equipment must perform some of the world’s toughest jobs in harsh unrelenting environmental conditions while maximizing operational productivity. Electrical system failures can be difficult to quickly diagnose and repair, and unplanned equipment downtime in the field can be extremely expensive.

Join TE Connectivity Product Managers, Eric Laurer and Jean-Paul Gervais, to understand why DEUTSCH DT and HD/HDP connectors are the trusted and reliable connector solutions that original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), end-users, and service related organizations count on for efficient connectivity performance and long service life.

Eric Laurer, P.E.
Senior Manager, Product Management
TE Connectivity

Eric Laurer is a Senior Manager, Product Management at TE Connectivity, Ltd. who works with Industrial & Commercial vehicle customers to provide the best harsh environment, rugged connection systems. With 30 years’ professional experience, Eric has unique insight to emerging transportation industry trends and is actively engaged in driving product innovation to solve customer challenges in the most demanding connectivity applications. He has recently focused his talents on energizing TE’s DEUTSCH product portfolio; and is currently marshalling exciting new connection products to market. Eric is a licensed Professional Engineer in North Carolina and holds a MBA degree from the University of Rochester, along with a BS Mechanical Engineering degree from Clarkson University, and a BS Physics degree from SUNY Geneseo.

Jean-Paul Gervais
Product Manager
TE Connectivity

Jean-Paul Gervais is a Global Product Manager at TE Connectivity, Ltd. who works with Industrial & Commercial vehicle customers to provide the best harsh environment, rugged connection systems.With 30 years’ experience in the Military/Aerospace andCommercial Vehicle markets, Jean-Paul believes in working closely with customers to develop interconnect solutions that deliver exceptional value and outstanding performance in the most demanding applications. He is currently responsible for TE’s DEUTSCH product portfolio in the Industrial Commercial Transportation (ICT) business unit. Jean-Paul holds an Electro/Mechanical-Biomedical Engineering degree from ENCPB-Paris, France.

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