What is EOL Stock?
EOL refers to parts which have reached the ‘end of their production life’. This occurs when the manufacturer of the components decides to cease production and identifies a final date for them to be manufactured.
What is Obsolete Stock?
Once a part is declared as EOL and the manufacturer of the parts halts production, the part then becomes Obsolete. These EOL and Obsolescence notifications can cause OEMs / CEMs to over procure, redesign boards or consider alternative components.
This can significantly devalue the EOL/Obsolete product that you're holding and no longer using, whilst draining warehouse capacity and resources.
What should you do?
At Trading Specialists we can take the stock off your hands and give you a healthy cash sum too! Our stockholding facilities ensure we can remove your parts quickly after agreeing a sales and marketing programme.
Send us your stocklist with all your obsolete and EOL parts and we will be in touch to offer a free, no obligation quotation.