WALDOM ELECTRONICS ADDS KYOCERA AVX TO ITS PRODUCT OFFERING
Rockford, IL – Waldom Electronics, Inc. added KYOCERA AVX to its Manufacturer Line Card by participating in Waldom’s Excess Management Solution. This partnership will provide opportunities to service KYOCERA AVX’s global authorized distributors in a sustainable manner by providing in-stock inventory at reduced Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) investments and distribution costs while reducing their risk of excess inventory. This solution has proven to be successful in preventing valuable products from being scrapped, allowing manufacturers to recover value while also providing additional availability to their distributors.
KYOCERA AVX is a leading international manufacturer and supplier of a vast portfolio of advanced electronic components, including antenna solutions, capacitors, inductors, filters, resistors, couplers, diodes, and circuit protection devices, as well as a broad range of innovative sensors, control, connectors and more. Kyocera successfully serves the automotive, industrial, medical, military, consumer electronics, communications, and transportation markets. KYOCERA AVX is a major supplier to several of Waldom’s authorized distributor network partners including Arrow Electronics, Avnet, Chip One Stop, DigiKey, Farnell, Future, Mouser, NEP, RS Components, Rutronik, TTI, and more.
ABOUT WALDOM ELECTRONICS
Waldom Electronics is a global master wholesaler of electronic and electrical components, selling exclusively to distributors, never to OEMs or end-users. Partnered with over 40 premier brand manufacturers and their authorized channels, Waldom provides the largest breadth of in-stock inventory including over 200K part numbers available for same-day shipment.
For over 75 years, Waldom has also been considered an industry leader in the redistribution market and problem solver, empowering its partners with unique manufacturer and distributor supply chain solutions to increase efficiency and maximize profits including Master Distribution, Slow Moving and Excess Inventory, Network Optimization, and Long Tail Fulfillment.