- INITIAL CHECK
Our quality inspectors research components and their packaging to ensure the parts have been handled, stored and packaged in manners that are consistent with the industry standards.
- SPECIFICATION CONFORMATION
Should our QC specialists uncover any non-conformance, the product is elevated to the component engineers and they may even recommend involvement from our third-party test facilities to perform a variety of authenticity tests to ensure the product conforms to the component manufacturer specifications.
- BAKING AND VACUUM SEALED
Before the product is packaged and ready to ship to our customers, it is baked for the appropriate amount of time in our state of the art baking oven (in accordance with JEDEC guidelines) and vacuum sealed in ESD bags.
- FULLY CERTIFIED LABS
Our Quality Control Laboratory are ISO and ESD certified.
Excess Inventory Management
- EXCESS PURCHASE AND CONSIGNMENT PROGRAMS
Excess purchase and consignment programs (Whole Lot buy, individual line buy, market the list through tens of thousands of customers in our base or sourcing sites).
- EXCESS LIQUIDATION AND CASH GENERATION
In certain cases we can buy your excess immediately at a fair price, based on the current market value of the list.
- CUSTOMIZED PROGRAMS TAILORED TO YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS
Customized programs tailored to your business needs Whether you are looking for immediate disposal or professional management of your inventory, our Excess Material Management team will offer you the best solution in every situation. The only thing you need to do is send us a list of parts to bid on with: the manufacturer part number, quantity, date code, and your internal part number
Global Procurement & Cost Saving
- COMPONENT SOURCING
Component sourcing through our global network.
- PRICE NEGOTIATION
Price negotiation based on customer instructions.
- PROJECT BASED LONG TERM CONTRACTS
Project based long term contracts for continuous support at the agreed prices.
Shortage Situation Handling
We treat as a shortage issue any situation that might lead to a line stop and a short or a longer disruption to your production. Some common reasons of a shortage could be: the obsolescence of the product, EOL, failure by another vendor to deliver on time. Our specialist teams have the industry experience to know that a shortage situation should be handled with top priority. A dedicated account manager speaking your native language will assist you by: sourcing the shortage components from verified sources and making sure that you will have them as soon as possible at the fairer market price.