CTrends is now a member of NDIA (National Defense Industrial Association)
by Christian Fix on Aug 15, 2016
CTrends is proud to be a new member of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA). NDIA is the leading defense industry association promoting national security. NDIA advocates cutting-edge technology and superior equipment in support of the troops and provides a forum for exchange of information between industry and government. This membership is another testament to CTrends' unwavering commitment to Quality and Ethics in an industry that is infiltrated with substandard / suspect counterfeit components and questionable quality. CTrends' proven Risk Mitigation Process is not only the most extensive program in the industry, but is setting the standard for a new industry model in today's market. CTrends provides product and life cycle analysis with an in-house test lab vetted by the DLA (Defense Logistics Agency) through the QSLD supplier (Qualified Suppliers List of Distributors) and the QTSL supplier (Qualified Testing Suppliers List) programs. CTrends sets itself apart from other distributors through its four Core Competencies:
Component Data & Optimization
Distribution & Procurement
In-House Risk Mitigation Lab
Excess Inventory Management and Sales
See for yourself how CTrends can help you mitigate the risk of substandard and suspect counterfeit parts. Visit CTrends.com or call 1-877-472-9050 today.
CTrends is proud to be a new member of the Independent Distributors of Electronics Association (IDEA). IDEA is the leading resource for Independent Distributors to find relevant quality information and to participate in advancing industry ethics, ensuring customer satisfaction, establishing standards, and promoting education.
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