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America II Electronics Company Overview

America II Electronics Company Overview. Quality, inventory, people. Making a difference. 1989 company founded. 5A2 D&B rating. Company Overview. Average 16 years tenure for each member of the leadership team Electronic components include:

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America II Electronics Company Overview

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  1. America II ElectronicsCompany Overview

  2. Quality, inventory, people. Making a difference.
  3. 1989company founded
  4. 5A2D&B rating
  5. Company Overview Average 16 years tenure for each memberof the leadership team Electronic components include: Active, passive and electromechanical components Allocated and obsolete products Global purchasing team sources components from around the world Blended distribution model allows us to buy direct from manufacturers
  6. Quality, inventory, people. At the heart of America II lies a commitment to total customer satisfaction with a foundation in a secure quality system. With state-of-the art equipment and experienced industry experts, America II is committed to fulfilling the quality needs of our customers.
  7. Quality, inventory, people. America II Electronics is one of the world's largest independent semiconductor distributors. The company stocks components from more than 1,900 manufacturers, while providing value-added services and inventory solutions from its 420,000 square foot North American distribution facility.
  8. Quality, inventory, people. America II is committed to providing courteous, responsive, quality service to all of our worldwide customers. Our sales representatives, customer service agents, quality inspectors and component engineers strive to exceed customer expectations.
  9. 550worldwide employees
  10. A Global Presence America II employs nearly 550 people around the world In addition, America II services additional countries from our St. Petersburg headquarters US Canada Mexico UK Belgium Germany Israel Hungary Romania China Japan Taiwan Hong Kong Thailand Singapore Malaysia
  11. 10 yearsour guarantee on components
  12. 4,932suspended vendors
  13. A Secure Supply Chain More than 4,000 approved vendors Authorized distribution agreements ISO 9001:2008 and ANSI/ESD S20.20 quality management system Strict vendor qualification process yields 4,932 suspended vendors CCAP-101 Certified™ in counterfeit avoidance and detection IDEA ICE-3000 professional inspectors Member of IDEA, ERAI, GIDEP and SMTA C-TPAT certified Global component engineer team NARTE certified ESD technician 24/7 manned onsite security
  14. The America II Guarantee Industry-standard warranty is one year for electronic components America II guarantees all components for 10 years If a part supplied by America II fails, we replace it or refund the cost of the component See terms and conditions at www.americaii.com/guarantee
  15. Certified Quality
  16. 4 billioncomponents in stock
  17. 165,000unique part numbers
  18. 1,900manufacturers on line card
  19. 400direct manufacturers
  20. $1 billionvalue of inventory
  21. Blended Distribution America II blends traits from the franchise and independent space Buying direct from manufacturers (FR) Sourcing from a list of approved vendors (IN) Providing options to meet the needs of all customers II
  22. Product Sourcing Global sales team connects customers to our inventory of commodity and consigned components in stock How do we do it? Blended distribution. Our global purchasing team sources components 24 hours a day worldwide America II buys direct from 400 manufacturers America II has exclusive authorized distribution agreements with some manufacturers
  23. Product Sourcing Proprietary tracking system connects you to $1 billion component inventory in stock More than 165,000 unique parts in inventory Nearly 4 billion individual components in stock and ready to ship 1,900 manufacturers on linecard America II buys direct from 400 manufacturers Additional sourcing via a proprietary global inventory locator with available inventory valued at $10 billion Put America II’s stock and sourcing capabilities to work for you
  24. Partial Line Card Sipex Solid State Sony Spansion Sprague STMicroelectronics Sumida Corp. Taiyo Yuden TDK Semiconductor Teccor Tekmos Temic Texas Instruments TGS, Inc. Thomas & Betts Toko America, Inc. Toshiba Tyco Electronics Union Semiconductor United Chemi-Con Unitrode VaOpto VLSI Vishay Vitesse Semi Vitramon Walsin Xicor, Inc. Xilinx Zetex Semiconductors Zilog IDT (Integrated Device Technology) Infineon Technologies AG Intel International Rectifier Corp. Intersil IsocomComponents ITT Semiconductor ITT/Canon Johanson Kemet Corp. KEC KOA Corp. Kyocera Lattice Semiconductor Corp. Level One Communications Linear Technology Corp. Lite-On Optoelectronics Littelfuse Lucent Lumex, Inc. M/A-COM, Inc. Matsushita Electronics Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. Mepco Micrel Semiconductor, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Micron Technology Microsemi Mini-Circuits Mitel Mitsubishi Molex Mosel Vitelic Motorola Murata National Semiconductor NEC Electronics Nais NIC Components Corp. Nichicon Nippon Precision/Chemicon NXP OKI Semiconductor OMRON ON Semiconductor OsramOpto Panasonic Pericom Semiconductor Corp. Philips Semiconductor Plessey PLX Technology PMC-Sierra, Inc. Pulse Engineering, Inc. QT Optoelectronics Raltron Raychem Renesas Robinson Nugent Rockwell ROHM Samsung Samtec Sanyo Semiconductor Seiko Instruments Semtech SGS-ThomsonSharpMicroelectronics Siemens Microelectronics Siliconix 3M Corp. Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Agere Agilent Alcoswitch Allegro Alliance Semiconductor Corp. All World Technologies Alpha Industries, Inc. ALPS Electric Altech Corp Altera AMCC AMIC Technology, Inc. AMP Amphenol Analog Devices Aromat Atmel Augat Aviel Electronics AVX BC Components Berg Bourns Broadcom Corp. Burr-Brown Corp. C&K California Eastern Labs Catalyst Semiconductor Central Semiconductor Corp. Central Technologies Chicago Miniature Cirrus Logic, Inc. Coilcraft, Inc. Conexant Systems, Inc. Cooltron Cooper Bussmann Cornell Dubilier Electronics CTS Corp. Cypress Semiconductor Dale Dallas Semiconductor Corp. Delta Dialight Diodes, Inc. Elantec EPCOS Epson Electronics America Exar Fairchild Semiconductor Fox Foxconn Electronics Framatome Connectors Freescale Fujitsu General Semiconductor GlobeSpan Semiconductor, Inc. Goodsky Harris Semiconductor HellermannTyton Hewlett-Packard Hitachi America, Ltd. Holy Stone International Honeywell Hyundai/Hynix IBM Microelectronics ICS (Integrated Circuit Systems) As an Independent Distributor, America II Electronics, Inc. is not affiliated with the manufacturers of the products it sells except as expressly noted otherwise. Any and all trademark rights associated with the manufacturers' names and products are owned by the respective manufacturers.Names in red represent authorized lines. Names in blue represent top selling lines.
  25. 328active inventory solution programs
  26. 420,000square foot facility
  27. Why Choose America II for Asset Recovery? America II’s Inventory Business Group can provide custom solutions that address your individual needs The logistics power to handle your excess 420,000 sq. ft. distribution facility can store 2,000 pallets of inventory at a time The industry’s inventory solutions experts Inventory programs with 6 manufacturers and 322 OEMs 40-person Inventory Business Group devoted to handling administrative and logistics needs of our partners Aerial view of America II Electronics’ headquarters and distribution facility in St. Petersburg, Florida
  28. Inventory Business Solutions Flexibility We offer a variety of programs to fit your needs We return your excess inventory bid within 72 hours Proven marketing channels to move your product One of the largest sales forces in independent distribution Global operations Inside one of America II’s’ warehouses in St. Petersburg, Florida
  29. America II’s Inventory Business Group America II’s Inventory Business Group focuses on customized inventory programs based on your unique business needs. We have proven marketing channels to move your excess product, backed by one of the largest sales forces in the independent channel which is dedicated to securing the greatest return on your investment. Experience the difference at America II.
  30. The Right Solution for You Inventory Solution Programs include: Line Item Purchasing Lot Purchasing Consignment Recycling / Asset Recovery End-of-Life Buys
  31. Line Item Purchasing
  32. Lot Purchasing
  33. Consignment
  34. Recycling / Asset Recovery
  35. End-of-Life Buys
  36. Member Services Register for our free Member Services: View account balance Save contact and shipping preferences View your sales rep’s profile View consigned inventory (if you are a consigned partner) Access lead-free information Create and save a “kit” of specific parts for an RFQ Track your orders and shipments America II Unveils New Inventory Business Group America II Moves Toward Blended Distribution Model
  37. Value-Added Services Solderability testing RoHS element analysis withthe NitonXlt Baking and dry-packing of components onsite to JEDEC specifications Bonded inventory Importing JIT delivery Kitting Purchasing services Market analysis Tape and reel Vacuum sealing Customer-specific instructions Certificate of destruction for disposed inventory Full return policy per sales terms Customer/supplier corrective action for all service defaults No shipping minimums Decapsulation I.C. Programming CCAP counterfeit testing X-ray Fluorescence Technology (X.R.F.)
  38. Global Executive Sales Team Brian Ellison, President Brian began his career in the electronics industry in 1990 after serving four years in the U.S. Army. Over the years, he held several positions at leading electronic franchise distribution companies. His roles included: field sales representative, strategic accounts manager, operations manager and regional manager. Brian joined America II in 2003, taking the position of EMS sales manager. In 2005, he was promoted to global accounts manager supporting Tier 1 EMS customers. Success and growth in this position earned Brian the Independent Distributor of the Year Award from one of the Tier 1 EMS customers in 2007. He was also awarded the America II Award of Excellence in that same year. In 2008, Brian was promoted to director of EMS sales. In this role, he grew and developed the Global EMS Sales department into a 20-person team supporting sales and inventory supply chain solutions for EMS customers globally. Brian then held the position of executive vice president and in June 2012 was promoted to President of America II Electronics. Rick Kauchak,Vice President, Sales Rick Kauchak joined America II in 1992. After working in distributor and OEM sales for three years, he was promoted to selling manager. Over the next few years, Rick maximized this role to enhance the selling capabilities of his team while continuing to conduct his own daily sales activities. In 1998, Rick called on this experience to step into the position of the first non-selling manager and trainer where he engineered the America II University, the company's comprehensive training program. In 2001, Rick was promoted to director of OEM sales, a position he held for 11 years while also recruiting for the company and maintaining the America II University. In August 2012, he was named vice president of sales, responsible for overseeing the entire America II inside sales team.
  39. Global Executive Sales Team Pat O’Brien, Vice President, Global Strategic Sales In 2001, Pat O'Brien brought more than 18 years of sales and strategic experience within the electronics industry to the newly created position of global director of supply chain solutions for America II. After just one year of working with customers on a global basis to innovate ROI-focused excess inventory management solutions and leverage the sell-side of America II's business, Pat was promoted to vice president of global supply chain solutions. In that role, he oversaw the company's excess inventory management services, strategic sales and contract manufacturing partnerships. In November 2011, Pat was promoted to vice president of global strategic sales, the position he currently holds. Toshiharu Ban,Managing Director, Japan Ban joined America II Japan as a representative of the Japan office in August 2007, with more than 19 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. His experience comes from having sales, FAE, marketing, business development and management positions within franchise distribution companies. As a business development manager 1996, Ban established a liaison office in California to develop startups and obtain new line cards with one of the biggest Japanese domestic franchises. Prior to that, Ban served as the general manager of ASSPs and ASIC products at PALTEK, a well-known technical-oriented distributor. During his tenure at PALTEK, he added several new lines which brought $20 million in additional annual revenue within a year. In 2005, Ban was on the Board of Directors at Spinnaker Systems, which is one of the group companies of PALTEK.
  40. Global Executive Sales Team Jed Pecchioli, Vice President, Asian Operations Jed Pecchioli joined America II in 2005 as global EMS account manager. He came to the company with 18 years' experience, holding various positions at leading franchise electronics distribution companies with roles including field sales representative and strategic accounts manager.Aftersix years of success at America II, Jed was named vice president of Asia operations in October 2011. In this role, he is responsible for driving sales and operations within the APAC region. His business philosophy is to "help others succeed". He does this by ensuring he has the right people in the right place. He identifies the needs of America II’s customers and suppliers, and provides solutions to those needs by executing strategies with a sense of urgency, quality and customer service. Gill Tory,Sales Director, Europe Gill Tory began her career in the electronics industry as a distribution sales representative for National Semiconductor Corp. After her promotion to sales office manager, Gill accepted the position of distribution field sales engineer. In the field, Ms. Tory looked after National's distributor and customer base, creating new sales opportunities and introducing products throughout the UK. After 10 years with National, Gill joined Avnet UK as product marketing manager for AMD and National. When Avnet UK united its inside sales and customer service forces, Ms. Tory was promoted to internal sales manager, placing all sales and service activities – as well as $110 million in semiconductors and passives – under her direction. Gill joined America II Europe, Ltd. in November 1999. She assumes responsibility for building and maintaining the business through opening accounts and establishing a quality- and service-minded sales organization..
  41. America II Electronics, Inc. 2600 118th Avenue North St. Petersburg, FL 33716 America II Europe Ltd. Letchworth United Kingdom 44-1462-707070 America II Europe GmbH Mönchengladbach Germany 49-2161- 821 270 America II Asia Pte Ltd. Singapore 65-6416-2210 America II Japan Yokohama Japan 81-45-227-8282 America II Intl. Shenzhen China 86-755-8271-2332 Shanghai China 86-021-5046-1055 twitter.com/americaii www.linkedin.com/company/america-ii-electronics www.youtube.com/americaiielectronics www.facebook.com/pages/America-II-Electronics/538992176152151
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