Mouser Electronics’ senior VP of global service, Mark Burr-Lonnon, is proud buyers see the company as a well-resourced, authorized distributor with the widest selection of products
The global economy has endured challenging times of late and the resulting impacts of the pandemic are ongoing as inflationary pressures ripple through all industries. Despite higher prices and ongoing supply chain instabilities, the outlook for the electronic components industry shows steady demand in 2023, particularly in the data, communication and transportation sectors. Key technology drivers, such as 5G, IoT, AI and electric vehicles, will continue to accelerate consumption and demand in 2023 and beyond.
At Mouser, our inventory position continues to help set us apart. We experienced a record year in 2022, due in large part to semiconductor shortages. This continues to send customers our way, as they know we are a well-resourced, authorized distributor with the world’s widest selection of products.
We’ve broken ground on a major expansion at our Global Distribution Center and anticipate continued growth in 2023 as supply chains improve across the semiconductor, interconnect, passive and electromechanical product categories. Two focus areas for us are engineering tools and new product introductions and we expect upward momentum in these areas as well.
Inventory and selection are key, especially in times of shortages and allocation. Over the last two years, Mouser has added over 140 new manufacturers to our lineup and we are stocking the industry’s widest product selection. We will continue to invest in inventory, new products and our e-commerce site to serve our growing customer base of engineers and buyers.