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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Tis the season to be jolly — and, according to the Consumer Electronics Association, the time for Americans to gift each other with more than $33.7 billion worth of headphones, tablets, laptops and smartphones. This is an enormous amount of money, but it comprises just a small percentage of the $211 billion the CEA estimates we’ll have spent by the end of 2014.
Our Christmas gift-giving habits are great for the national economy. Unfortunately, they’re […]
In the recycling world, it seems like as soon as one problem is solved, another one turns up. The introduction of high-density lithium-ion batteries have made it possible to store solar energy more efficiently and to power electric cars. We use lithium-ion batteries in our mobile phones and laptop computers. From hand-held surgical tools to cordless power tools, lithium-ion batteries are providing long-lasting, efficient energy in ways that benefit the world and the environment.
Cell phones, smartphones, computers and monitors — you know these are all part of the mountain of e-waste we’re building with our out-of-date electronics. But there’s another, less obvious addition to the list of environmental offenders, and it’s one that bears consideration as we head into the holiday gift-buying season: video games and gaming systems.
Last year, more than 40 million video game consoles were purchased by gamers all across the globe. Here in the […]
For years, electronics recyclers have had one big problem: CRT glass. That’s the glass used in the displays of old televisions and computers, and it’s really difficult to dispose of. In the past, glass-to-glass recycling was common practice, and old CRT displays were simply recycled to make new CRT displays. Now, though, cathode ray tubes have been replaced by LCD and plasma displays, so there’s no longer a simple way to recycle the CRT […]
Finally, President Obama and the U.S. Congress have found something they can agree on — reducing the amount of e-waste in the United States. In a moment notable for its lack of controversy, the President signed the Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act this month.
This bill allows individuals to unlock their current cell phones in order to change telephone service providers, eliminating the need to dispose of old cell phones and purchase new […]
In 2010, U.S. consumers disposed of 152,000,000 mobile devices, including cell phones, smartphones, pages and PDAs. Yep — you read that right. That’s 152 million, which translates into almost 20,000 tons of e-waste, according to the Electronics TakeBack Coalition. And out of that huge total, just 11 percent was recycled.
It’s not a pretty picture. But it looks like that picture is going to improve in the very near future, courtesy of Google, Motorola and […]