Sell Your Excess & Surplus Electronic Components
Don’t miss out on the current high prices for electronic parts. Act quickly, or risk losing money.
Companies often end up with excess holdings of electronic components, because it’s impossible to accurately predict future demand for their products. We help them sell this surplus inventory. We also help companies realise the cash value of excess electronic parts from a takeover, stock clearance or liquidation.
We find buyers for your surplus or slow moving electronic parts, in a job lot or by line item. We are experts in getting you maximum return on unwanted overstock, with a worldwide network of industry contacts and over 30 years’ experience.
Selling your components though us offers these benefits:
- a rapid injection of cash into the business
- free up valuable storage space
- simplify your stock management
A good price and a rapid sale
We have years of experience of helping companies turn their surplus electronic components into cash. We have a deep understanding of the electronics component marketplace worldwide. We have nurtured a network of long-standing business relationships with potential buyers. All these combine to enable us to find you a good price and a rapid sale.
We provide a quality assured service, backed by our ISO 9001 certification.
The model that works for you
We manage the sale of your stock in the way that works best for you. We offer:
- Consignment stocking: we ship the parts to our warehouse. We sell them when we see the opportunity to get a good price. You retain ownership until the parts are sold, paying us a percentage commission on the sale
- Line item purchasing: this works like consignment stocking, except the components stay in your warehouse until they are sold
- Lot purchasing: we purchase the components from you. This gives you an instant cash injection, and releases your storage space immediately.
Your stock may be decreasing in value
Please do contact us to discuss your surplus stock. We can quickly give you an initial estimate of its value. That value may be depreciating over time. The longer the stock sits unused on your shelves, the less it may be be worth when it is sold.