Dax Press Release Archive


Bizness Magazine

June 2006

Dax International Limited is a stocking distributor who specialises in the supply of connectors and accessories to the Aerospace and Defence industries.

Our ability to listen to customers needs combined with our proven consistency in achieving on-time delivery has already earned Dax an enviable reputation.

Our knowledge of the connector industry and our association with USA and European manufacturers allows us to satisfy your connector requirements, large or small.

Our staff have 35 years experience in the industry enabling us to identify connector MIL-SPEC eg D38999, MIL-C-26500, M83723 amongst many others, as well as recognising proprietary part numbers pf major manufacturers including ITT Cannon, Deutsch, Aero-Conesys, Amphenol, Pyle National & Souriau to name but a few.

ISO 9001:2000 approved.


IML Group Magazine

June 2005

“Souriau UK’s new distribution agreement with specialist, Dax International”


Souriau UK has signed a major new full-line MIL Aero connector distribution agreement with Dax International, an independent connector distributor that specialises in procurement and supply chain management for the aerospace and defence industries. “We at Souriau UK are reinforcing the company’s distribution strategy for further expansion in the UK’s high-end connector market where we see considerable potential for growth in the next few years” says Peter Herbert, GM Souriau UK.


Business News

June 2002


Dax International Limited, Specialists in Aerospace and Defence Connector Distribution, are proud to be associated with Moog Controls Ltd and wish them every success for the future.


Gloucestershire Echo Business and Finance

Tuesday, April 3rd 2001

“Dax gets ready for take off”



A Husband and Wife team from Cheltenham is taking on the multi-million pound aerospace industry.

Alan and Glenda Buck established Dax International last year, supplying thousands of electronic connectors to the aviation industry.

Just 10 months on, the firm has notched up orders of £500,000 and the couple have confounded their bank manager by staying in the black.

Working from the Green Lane Business Park in Tewkesbury, the firm imports around 75 percent of its components from suppliers in the US and sells to major UK firms.

Mr Buck, 49, said: “We’ve just finished the financial year and it’s been phenomenal. Even the bank manager’s happy.” He believes Dax has found its niche by simply supplying customers quickly. “I felt that if we could provide that service, we could have a nibble of a very large cake.”

Dax International has just taken on its first member of staff and hopes to double its turnover.