Santa Fe Springs, (PressExposure) September 30, 2008 -- Freelance Electronics, the premier provider of obsolete electronic parts, and surplus components, announced this week that their new searchable database makes it easier than ever for customers to get the exact part needed, and in less time. The database provides clients with instant access to an inventory of more than 10 million surplus electronic components, allowing for easy searching and ordering.
Freelance Electronics is known as one of the largest holder of surplus military parts as well, with more than 8 million electronic components currently in stock. From their surplus military diodes, to fuel pumps for military jets, no matter what obsolete or surplus part a company needs to move out of their inventor, chances are Freelance Electronics will purchase it from them.
The company sources new parts with companies seeking to get rid of excess inventory Many times, Freelance Electronics will schedule and on-site visit to evaluate aging electronic components and offer clients a solution to sell that excess inventory. Their relationships with vendors from around the world offer Freelance Electronics customers rare access to any part they may need. Now, thanks to their searchable database, it is easier than ever to get the right obsolete electronic components
About the Company: Freelance Electronics is an independent, full service stocking distributor of obsolete and surplus electronic components. First formed in 1986, they have built up the reputation of being the oldest and most respected company in the industry. Currently, the company stocks more than 100,000 electronic component products, including integrated circuits, transistors, diodes, relays, switches and connectors. Their past customer list includes Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Motorola.