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Procure International, Inc. is a full-service electronics components distributor supplying DC/DC Converters, IGBT Modules, Semiconductors, Passive Components and Interconnect products.
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Procure International, Inc

Zeroing in on the precise electronic components to fill a bill of materials is crucial for staying competitive in electronics manufacturing. At Procure International we understand the challenges that electronics manufacturers face, and we have designed our systems from the ground up to make electronic component procurement as easy for you as possible.Precise Electronic Components

Procure International stocks a wide range of products including discontinued parts, long lead-time integrated circuits, industrial IGBTs and power supplies, and military connectors. We also offer a free sourcing service and we’re extremely flexible about order size—shipping single orders is all part of the service

With more than 30 years of experience in the procurement of international components, our staff takes pride in putting our expertise at your service. Procure International is recognized by the United States government as a registered contractor for the Defense Logistics Agency, a certified small business by the Small Business Administration and an approved contractor for requisition and procurement contracts.

We welcome your inquiries and look forward to supporting your projects.

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