November 10 ECIA Newsletter

Member of the Week: Master Electronics

We are pleased to announce Master Electronics as ECIA’s member of the week, a valued member for 48 years!

Master Electronics is a leading global authorized distributor of electronic components. For more than half a century, the family-owned company has remained focused on strong relationships, responsive service and added value. This is how Master Electronics has grown to serve hundreds of thousands of customers in partnership with hundreds of world-class suppliers.

Inspired by the founder’s vision for building a business around personal bonds and integrity, Master Electronics embraces visionary thinking and prioritizes the end goal over short-term wins.

Master Electronics thrives on collaborating with customers and suppliers to design creative solutions to purchasing, supply chain and business challenges. Master Electronics has been actively involved in ECIA committees and board. We are grateful for their support for so many years.

December Webinar

Electronic Components: 2021 Review and 2022 Outlook with Dale Ford

Thursday, December 2 | 11:00 AM Eastern | Register Today 

The electronic components industry has battled daunting supply chain challenges throughout 2021 as it works to respond to strong end-market demand. To this point, these intractable problems seem to have no near-term solutions. ECIA has worked to support its members throughout the year as they manage multiple painful pressure points.

In this webinar, Chief Analyst, Dale Ford, will present the latest ECIA statistics related to market growth and trends as well as industry sentiment and outlook. Valuable external industry and economic research will also be highlighted to provide additional visibility on the status of the electronics components industry, the supply chain, and trends carrying the industry into 2022. 

Webinar Recording Library 

Nov. 4 Webinar Recording - Assent Compliance Webinar - TSCA Update on New EPA Restrictions

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced five new substance restrictions under The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), creating significant obligations for companies that do business in the U.S.

Listen to the recording to learn about how to meet your new requirements, the deadlines for compliance, and upcoming changes to the act.

You can view all past recordings here.

Pace Training Program

We are so close to reaching the goal of $500,000! 40+ industry leaders have pledged over $400,000 ... join them today!

Earlier this year, the ECIA Foundation, led by Foundation President Jim Kaplan, created a committee to develop a new employee training program for the electronics industry. Coming soon, the courses will be available to ALL ECIA members at NO additional cost!

If you are able to donate to this landmark effort, please reach out to Debbie Conyers ([email protected]) or complete the donation form.


ECIA Research & Analysis 

ECIA offers its members insight into the industry and a variety of market trends information. Members can log into the website and visit the Stats & Insights page to access an increasing number of statistical reports. Some are available to the public, some to members and others are only accessible to those who participate in the survey.

Reports Available:

  • North American Sales & Bookings of Inductors – Q3 2021
  • North America Weekly IP&E Components Index – Week 42
  • TPC Semiconductor Market Survey - October

Visit the stats and insights page for more information. Be sure to take the Quarterly ECIA North American Electronic Component Sales Trends Survey by Nov. 23. 

SMTA Webinar on Component Shortages with Dale Ford

Wednesday, November 10| 3:00 PM Eastern | Register Today

Join the SMTA for a technical meeting on component shortages and methods to assess component authenticity to prevent counterfeit components with a panel discussion. ECIA's own Chief Analyst, Dale Ford, will be on the panel presenting "Supply Chain Stress and Component Consequences: Understanding Challenges to Seek Solutions."


Did You Know? Design World Women in Engineering 


Design World’s recent Women in Engineering special included a few of ECIA's valued members! This issue highlighted contributions by women to the electronics and engineering industry. ECIA chose three women who have accomplished much for the industry, their companies and for ECIA specifically.

ECIA is grateful to have the support and loyalty of these women and we are so proud of their accomplishments. Congratulations to Teri Ivaniszyn, Tobi Cornell and Juliet Fajardo

 Contact Info:

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