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Avoiding Counterfeit Components in Electronic Manufacturing

  • Author:o-leading.com
  • Source:o-leading.com
  • Release on :2017-05-04

  According to a 2010 study conducted by the U. Bureau of Industry and security, respondents representing all areas of the electronic component logistics, reported a 250% rise in counterfeit incidents between 2005 and 2008. It is estimated that this represent an excess of $200 billion globally for semiconductors alone; which is considered to be merely a small element of the total market.

    Counterfeit Components can be a significant problem from the electronic manufacturing industry. Many factors have led to this problem, especially global outsourcing and off-shore manufacturing. The shift of manufacturing from North American and Europe to low-cost aspects of the world population has transferred technology knowledge and intellectual property.

    Counterfeit parts usually are synonymous with inferior quality, and therefore represent home loan business performance of the electronic equipment, and quite often a hazard for the public. One of the ways an electronic contract manufacturer can don't get counterfeits parts in to the logistics is always to only procure in the original component manufacturer or their franchised distributor. Another solution will be for your manufacturer to assign one individual on the team to solely manage as well as set up procedures to attenuate counterfeit parts. This employees' job would be to implement ongoing component inspection procedures. They might also perform a thorough audit of suppliers' and require these to adopt protection measures against counterfeit parts. If the shipment of counterfeit parts are received from a supplier, an investigation in to the matter can be conducted quickly and all sorts of future purchases with the supplier stopped.