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Surplus Electronic Components No Longer Just A Waste Of Space.


Freelance Electronics makes it easy for companies to sell outdated electronic components, generating cash, while clearing up more space for more-relevant components.

Santa Fe Springs, California: September 4th, 2008 Freelance Electronics, the leading distributor of obsolete electronics now makes it easier than ever for companies to get rid of their excess stock. In the past, surplus electronic components were useless to companies, often sitting in inventory for years, taking up space.

Freelance Electronics has revolutionized the industry by affording companies the chance to clear out that inventory for cash. For large inventories, Freelance Electronics will send out a qualified team member to review and price out the stock in order to give companies the best deal on their old electronic components.

Currently, the company has more than 10 million parts in stock, making them one of the largest distributors and warehouses of obsolete electronic components. Freelance Electronics also works with the surplus US military electronics, and currently has more than 8 million military electronic components in stock, one of the largest holdings in North America.

Whether a company is drowning in obsolete inventory or just needs to get rid of a few pieces, Freelance Electronics makes it simple to clear out excess inventory and recoup costs. With their onsite evaluations, quality customer service and fast decision times, Freelance Electronics leads the industry.

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 one of the oldest and most respected company in the industry. Currently, the company stocks more than 100,000 line items of electronic component products, including integrated circuits, transistors, diodes, relays, switches and connectors. Their past customer list includes Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Motorola.


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