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The open market for electronic components as an opportunity in the current crisis.
The past few months have also led to bottlenecks in the market for electronic components. The open market offers an attractive solution. Independent distributors like Pegasus Components react quickly and flexibly. Through procurement and stock items they offer a reliable as well sustainable alternative.
The reasons for the current shortage in the market for electronic parts and components are diverse: the production was shut down or came to a complete standstill. And as so often in times of crisis, some urgently needed components are also threatened by discontinuation. Thereby delivery times are extended; the logistics are affected. At the same time, the demand is increasing for obsolete components. Because of the Corona crisis, the speed of innovation has slowed. Instead of new investments, existing products are used and new purchases or new developments partially postponed. The importance of the open market for the global economy The importance of the open market for the global economy is particularly evident in times of crisis. Because the procurement of electronic parts and components via free distributors such as Pegasus Components is an important part of the global supply chain. Without them, many industries would have to spend more innovative power or would be affected from a lack of supply of components. Purchasing offers from the open market via qualified independent distributors and from good Sources also offer other advantages: on the one hand, customers benefit from possible price advantages and Availability in other markets; on the other hand, warehouses at independent resellers can also be essential important buffers in bottleneck situations. And last but not least, the repatriation of Excess material in the cycle contributes to sustainability. The origin of electronic components Independent distributors procure their goods from various international sources via the open market. The classification and assessment of the source of supply is essential, especially when it comes to critical procurements on behalf of the customer. Pegasus Components procures its goods directly from the manufacturers, distributors, OEMs and EMS service providers as well as other different resellers. The goods go through a differentiated and multi-level control and quality system depending on their origin. Over the years, a very extensive and interesting inventory has been built up through targeted purchases that customers from all over the world have access to. Alternatives in the event of a lack of availability Pegasus Components' services also include the active search for possible alternatives, especially in the case of obsolescence. An example of this is the obsolete SMV power resistor series from the manufacturer Isabellenhütte, for which there is still high demand. There are alternatives from other manufacturers. Pegasus Components focused on this manufacturer specialized and can offer alternatives for this product. Online component search with more than 100,000 different articles The freely accessible component search on www.pegasus-components.com can be used quickly and reliably access to over 70,000 different items from stock and a hundred thousand more Articles that can be obtained from third-party providers. A special feature of Pegasus Components is the advanced component search, which can be used to search for values and designs for passive components. Pegasus Components has been an independent distributor of electronic components for over 20 years and components are a permanent fixture in the global market The company relies on the first-class combination of warehousing, qualified procurement and engineering. The customer base includes customers of all sizes from a wide variety of industries. Furthermore Pegasus Components supplies a variety of resellers worldwide. Remarketing of Excess material By purchasing excess inventory, Pegasus Components returns goods to the open market and thus also contributes to sustainability. Purchased articles can be found via the online component search offered as availabilities. Contact us if you too are interested in us or want to return excess stocks. For more information, please contact: Pegasus Components GmbH Ingolstädter Straße 12 80807 Munich, Germany Tel.: +49 - 89 - 20 70 79 - 70 Fax: +49 - 89 - 20 70 79 - 50 Web:www.pegasus-components.com E-Mail:
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