Thursday, 10 March 2011

Electronic Component Semiconductor Inventories At Alarming Levels

Supply and Demand are uneasy partners in the electronic component supply chain at the best of times, but with the current global economic climate the slightest hiatus can result in a significant increase in stock levels, which may ultimately impact on your profit.

Most companies have a disaster plan in the event of an interruption to business caused by acts such as terrorism or severe weather conditions, etc. So it makes sense to have a contingency plan to remove unwanted electronic component inventories when the occasion demands.

I have recently read the following interesting article relating to semiconductor inventories...
Semiconductor Inventories Swell to Alarming Level..."global inventories held by semiconductor suppliers surged to their highest level in two-and-a-half years during the fourth quarter of 2010. If growth is lower, the high inventories could cause oversupply in the market." Source:
Performance, trust, reliability and confidentiality should be the corner stones of any excess inventory management partner, here are 4 reasons to sell your obsolete, EOL or excess electronic component inventory...
  • Provide a positive cash revenues to your business.
  • Free up warehouse capacity and reduce stockholding costs.
  • Eliminate the time spent by your warehouse staff managing this unwanted inventory.
  • No future liability, which means you're at no risk from your redundant stock.
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