Q. Are you an Authorized/Franchised distributor?
A. Inland Empire Components was started in 1989 as an independent stocking distributor of hard-to-find, diminishing supply and obsolete board level components providing solutions to small, medium and large electronic manufacturers encountering long lead times and end of life components. Our core competency provides buyers and engineers of electronic component parts relief from the costly expense of a circuit board redesign. We are proud of our ability to service our customer base with solutions to electronic component obsolescence and shortages. Many OEM customers have asked us to carry lines available directly from manufacturers. We are proud to remain an independent distributor of electronic components and related products and services.
Q. What if the parts I need are not in your inventory?
A. Inland Empire Components is in the business of meeting our customers' needs. We stock commonly available, hard-to-find, long-lead-time, and obsolete board level electronic inventory. In many cases, what you need is on our shelf ready to ship today. When parts are not in stock we utilize our exclusive, worldwide, pre-approved vendor partnerships to locate available product. This literally gives us access to billions of electronic components worldwide.
Q. What is your minimum order?
A. Inland Empire Components has a $100 minimum for orders of in-stock product.
Q. How soon can you deliver?
A. Orders placed by 3:30 PST for in-stock product are shipped the same day. Orders placed for product that we procure from our vendor partnerships are subject to slightly longer lead times.
Q. How much will shipping cost?
A. Shipping is based on a number of factors including weight, distance and location, therefore it varies from order to order.
Q. What are your certifications?
A. Inland Empire Components, Inc. is certified by TÜV SÜD America Inc. to ISO 9001:2008 & AS9120A. We are a certified HUBZone Concern. We are one of the first independent distributors to add CCAP-101 certification from the Components Technology Institute. The Counterfeit Component Avoidance Program CCAP-101 Certification Program was developed for independent distributors, which establishes mandatory controls, inspections and tests for the detection and avoidance of counterfeit components. For a copy of any certification send an email to email@example.com.
Q. How can I request an RMA?
A. Qualifying RMA requests can be submitted by contacting your sales representative. Please review Terms and Conditions.