For over 12 years, X-Press Micro has been a leading open market, broad line stocking distributor of electronics specializing in semiconductors, crystal / oscillators, interconnect, passive, computer-related products and memory modules worldwide. Read More →
Our business development team has decades of experience in the industry and can create a secure, compliant and innovative remarketing and electronic and computer recycling program that maximizes economic recovery while minimizing the environmental footprint. Read More →
Excess Inventory Solutions
Our excess inventory solutions offer a variety of services designed to ease the challenges in managing your excess and obsolete material. We customize these services to your needs, typically working with three major groupings: Consignment, Lot Bids and Line-Item Bids. Read More →
Why Choose Us?
- ISO 9001 Quality, 14001 Environmental and 18001 Occupational Health and Safety certified company
- Our processes ensure the highest level of compliance from receipt to processing and shipping
- We pride ourselves on unprecedented quality, exceptional service, extensive in-house inventory, and our strong, reliable business relationships
- X-Press Micro’s senior sales staff has decades of experience in the electronics industry
- We can locate that hard to find part through our internal inventory tracking system, with access to over a billion parts, not necessarily available through normal distribution channels.
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While nobody’s building cathode ray tube TVs or monitors anymore, that doesn’t mean they’re not a continuing problem in the U.S. and the world. In the past, cathode ray tubes were directly recycled and used to create new TVs and computer monitors — but no more. Plasma and LCD screens have made CRT screens obsolete. Now old CRT technology makes up about half of all the electronics currently in end-of-life storage, waiting to be […]
Most of us recognize the term “reboot.” It’s something you do to your computer when it needs a fresh start — usually after some kind of malfunction. Now it’s also something we can all do to address our country’s ineffective electronics recycling initiatives.
Project Reboot is the name given to a joint campaign launched by the United States Institute of Scrap Recycling and Earth911. It’s designed to overcome the biggest obstacles to e-cycling, and it’s […]
Whether you’ve been celebrating Hanukkah, Winter Solstice, Christmas, or simply planning ahead for the Super Bowl, you’re likely to have given or received at least one electronic gift during the holiday season. In fact, this year Americans will spend about $8 billion on consumer electronics between November 25 and December 25.
While our lavish gift-giving habits may be good for a somewhat shaky economy, the news is far less good for the planet. A study […]
Computers, cell phones, mobile devices, and even copiers contain a wealth of personal and business data. As individuals, we’re all concerned about protecting our information against internet scammers and identity theft. But the stakes for businesses are far higher — and many times, although businesses protect valuable data while their computer systems are in use, they drop the ball when disposing of old equipment.
We’re not here to scare you — we assume you understand […]
Americans throw away more than 3 million tons of electronic devices each year. To help you understand this number, a mountain built of 10,000 empty Boeing 747s would weigh about 3 million tons. Our mountain, however, is composed mostly of computers, monitors, cell phones, mobile devices, and televisions. Every day of the year we dispose of about 142,000 computers and 416,000 mobile devices alone.
Where does all this e-waste come from?
In the United States, we […]
Remember that old, heavy glass thermometer your grandma used to have? It had mercury inside of it. There’s a reason why those thermometers are things of the past; mercury is a highly toxic substance that leaches its way into the air, the water, and the food chain. That’s why it’s important to understand that, despite worldwide efforts to cut back on the mining and use of mercury, this toxic element is still present in […]