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Smith’s Intelligent DistributionTM model and commitment to quality help us deliver comprehensive solutions to electronic component supply chain challenges.

 

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Smith By The Numbers

About SMITH
9B+
Parts Shipped

We have shipped 9 billion parts in the last five years, 580% more than the previous five years.

$8B
Revenue

We have earned more than $8 billion in revenue in the last five years, a 170% increase over the previous five years.

113
Countries

Smith serves customers in 113 countries around the world.

2.5K
Manufacturers

In 2020, Smith sold parts from nearly 2,500 manufacturers.

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Locations

With 17 global offices and 3 regional distribution hubs, Smith is at home all over the world, offering localized support to our customers.
Houston
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World Headquarters

N.F. Smith & Associates, L.P.
5306 Hollister Street
Houston, TX, US 77040

Warehouse
8820 Clay Road, Suite 200
Houston, TX, US 77080

Global Services Hub
10350 Clay Road, Suite 200
Houston, TX, US 77041

+1 713.430.3000 |
Amsterdam
|
European Headquarters

Smith & Associates Europe B.V.
Alpha Tower, 22nd Floor
De Entree 45
Amsterdam, NL, 1101 BH

Warehouse
Nijverheidsweg 2
Haarlem, NL, 2031 CP

+31 23.750.4000 |
Hong Kong
|
Asian Headquarters

Smith & Associates Far East Limited
Suites 3607 -11, Tower Two, Times Square
1 Matheson Street
Causeway Bay, HK

Warehouse
1F, Continental Electric Industrial Building
17 Wang Chiu Road
Kowloon Bay, HK

+852 2854.3232 |

Market Intelligence

STAY INFORMED WITH SMITH’S DYNAMIC MARKET INSIGHTS

The global electronics market is always changing. Stay informed on the best procurement and inventory strategy decisions with Smith’s market intelligence.
Market Byte 11.30.2022
The Russo-Ukrainian War continues to hamper raw-material production. While there is massive uncertainty over how the situation will progress, it is expected to contribute to higher prices of ICs even after the conflict is resolved.
Automotive Insights Market Byte 11.23.2022
TSMC halted production in its Nanjing plant of 16nm wafers and has decided to expand its production capacity of 22nm and 28nm wafers there instead, aiming to grow its automotive-component output.
Market Byte 11.22.2022
AMD’s prices and deliveries remain flat and steady. The company recently began shipping its Ryzen V3000 series to cloud-storage and enterprise customers and its Ryzen 7000 series to PC makers to take advantage of DDR5 specifications.
Market Byte 11.17.2022
On average, lead times for semiconductors have lessened by 4-5 days in the last month. However, that is somewhat misleading since that includes a number of early deliveries of consumer-goods-centric ICs. Overall, lead times remained relatively unchanged month to month.
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