The top 25 Global Distributors for 2010

NEDAThe top 25 Global Distributors for 2010 EETimes recently reviewed the electronics distribution landscape in the May, 2010 issue. The summary of the top 25 global franchised distributors for 2010 is:

1. Avnet (www.Avnet.com) – $17B

2. Arrow (www.Arrow.com) – $14B

3. World Peace Group (WPG) Holdings (www.WPGHoldings.com) – $6B

4. Future Electronics (www.FutureElectonics.com) – $3.5B

5. Bell Microproducts (www.Bellmicro.com) – $3B

6. TTI (www.TTIinc.com) – $1.3B

7. Mouser (www.Mouser.com) – $1.3B

8. Premier Farnell / Newark (www.Newark.com) – $1.3B

9. Allied Electronics / Electrocomponents (www.AlliedElec.com) – $1.3B

10. Digi-Key (www.DigiKey.com) – $926M

11. Nu Horizons (www.NuHorizons.com) – $641M

12. Richardson Electronics (www.RELL.com) – $461M

13. DAC Group (www.Dac-Group.com) – $388M

14. Excelpoint Technology (www.ExcelPoint.com) – $357M

15. Advanced MP (www.AdvancedMP.com) – $219M

16. Sager (www.Sager.com) – $188M

17. PEI Genesis (www.PEIGenesis.com) – $145M

18. Jaco Electronics (www.JacoElectronics.com) – $124M

19. Dependable Component Supply (www.DependOnUs.com) $120M

20. Master Distributors (www.MasterDistributors.com) – $108M

21. Powell Electronics (www.Powell.com) – $90M

22. Electro Sonic (www.e-sonic.com) – $89M

23. Flame Enterprises (www.FlameCorp.com) – $81M

24. Bisco Industries (www.BicoInd.com) – $80M

25. Wes Garde Components (www.WesGarde.com) – $77M

The distributors on this list account for over $50B in annual sales, and they deliver greater than 90% of all non-direct electronics.

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