A Certified Leader in Overall Quality and Counterfeit Avoidance

To remain a leader in today’s distribution environment; it is critical that Commodity Components focus on the quality that our customers have come to expect.
Quality
Laboratory
State-of-the-art quality/inspection on-site laboratory. This ESD certified facility is staffed by highly trained technicians and quality management staff.
Certified
Inspection
All Commodity Component inspection processes are documented and audited frequently by our registrar, TUV.
Expert
Staff
Commodity Component’s staff is highly trained in counterfeit avoidance, documentation, ESD, and operation of our equipment related to testing and value added services.
Vendor
Approval
There is nothing more important than vendor approval and Commodity Components has a certified process to review, categorize, and manager our vendor base.
Worldwide
Certifications
Commodity Components holds various ISO certifications at locations throughout the world. We are also a founding member ERAI and GIDEP.

Commodity Components International, Inc. has been a top tier electronic components distributor for more than twenty years. During that period, we have thrived in continually changing markets and worldwide conditions. With strategic offices around the world, it has been our mission to remain an industry leader across all borders. We work every day to provide our customers the best quality products and individual service available.

To remain a leader in today’s distribution environment; it is critical that Commodity Components focus on the quality that our customers have come to expect. We continually strive to better our programs and the following are just a few of the most recent enhancements:

  • In-house test lab including TruView Elite x-ray, tape & reel, baking equipment and Nisene decapsulation
  • Enhanced product evaluation system for 2018 including digital images and testing of all products
  • Full service offices in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Mexico, and the United States to ensure effective sourcing and competitive pricing of products
  • Enhanced RoHS and WEEE testing at our facility in Peabody, MA
  • Avoidance Process in practice at all locations for 2018
  • Destructive analysis testing available to all customers
  • Current certifications in RoHS, ISO 9001:2008 (Mexico), AS9120 (US locations) and ISO 14001:2015 (US locations) with TUV America
  • ANSI/ESD S20.20 (US locations) certified warehouses at all worldwide locations with TUV America.
  • Enhanced network including ERAI and IDEA partnerships
  • Approved supplier for most of the world’s top tier manufacturers

Commodity Components is proud to announce the opening of our enhanced quality testing and inspection laboratory in Peabody, MA. This new state-of-the-art facility will include all new testing and inspection equipment, ESD, ISO certifications, and is staffed by Commodity Components technicians trained in counterfeit avoidance. Internal services will include XRF testing on-reel XRAY, baking, decapsulation and high resolution magnification analysis.

To remain a leader in today’s distribution environment it is critical that Commodity Components continue to focus on the quality that our customers have come to expect. We continually strive to enhance our programs and ensure that our staff has the finest training available.

Equipment List

  • Hirox KH-1300 – High Resolution Magnification w/ Digital Imaging
  • Innovex XRF Delta Analyzer – RoHS XRF Analyzer
  • Nisene Jetetch II – Component Decapsulation
  • Creative Electron TruView Cube X-Ray Machine
  • ShellLab CE5F Oven – Moisture Control
  • VTEK TM-50 – In-House Tape and Reel Services
  • RPS Prelude 202 DXR Solderability Test System
  • Dynasolve Surface Analysis

At Commodity Components, we recognize that our quality programs are critical to our OEM and CEM partnerships. Our industry leading ISO certified processes include an Approved Vendor Program, RoHS certifications, multi-point inspection and testing processes, external inspection resources, and ongoing employee training.

Inspection and Testing

Inspection, testing, and general counterfeit avoidance are critical to quality products and continued world class service to our customers. At Commodity Components, we utilize a multi-step ISO based program to ensure that all shipments from our warehouses undergo the most stringent process available. Our trained technicians utilize the following general format with all orders shipped from Commodity Components.

All inspection and testing at Commodity Components is documented in our product evaluation program and saved in our databases. This includes images, test reports, and corresponding notes. Product irregularities are analyzed for root cause by the Warehouse and Management personnel during weekly meetings.

Quality Inspection Flowchart

Commodity Components quality control technicians are cross trained in all facets of the product evaluation process including the operation of all counterfeit avoidance equipment. This includes training from the equipment manufacturer on the Nisene component de-cap system, Creative Electron reel to reel X-Ray system, V-Tek tape and reel system, Shellab baking oven and Olympus Innov-x XRF gun. This equipment training is reinforced by the daily usage of all equipment when processing receipts and shipments.

The technicians have also been trained in AS9120 (US locations), ISO 14001:2015 (US locations), ANSI/ESD S20.20 (US locations) and counterfeit avoidance standards including IDEA ICE 3000 and CCAP-101. Our technicians attend CCAW training seminars to keep up the in lastest counterfeit avoidance techniques.

They also receive ERAI briefings when related to the identification of counterfeit product.

Our ongoing training and development plan, which includes continuous and open two way communication, ensures that each member of our staff is competent and capable of playing a key role in our best-in-class quality programs.

At Commodity Components, we recognize that our quality programs are critical to our OEM and CEM partnerships. Our industry leading ISO certified processes include an Approved Vendor Program, RoHS certifications, multi-point inspection and testing processes, external inspection resources, and ongoing employee training.

As a leading distributor of electronic components, it is critical that we establish and maintain stringent standards with respect to our base of approved vendors. Our ISO certifications mandate that we continually evaluate our vendor base to ensure that our quality programs reflect today’s supply chain challenges.

Our six (6) tiered Vendor Approval Program ranks our suppliers according to the following criteria. All vendors are categorized and documented in our database as part of the quality program.

The Approved Vendor Program is consistently reviewed by the Quality Department in cooperation with management and warehouse personnel. Movement within our tiered program may take place as a result of the following vendor actions:

  • A supplier non-conformance based on product reliability or integrity
  • Change in quality status relative to RoHS, ESD and/or ISO
  • Completion of the years of vendor history structure noted above
  • Industry or franchise reports involving a vendor’s overall quality
  • Any outstanding payment or accounting issues
  • Shipping of counterfeit products or multiple irregularities in product quality will result in indefinite Level F status

Commodity Components is dedicated to counterfeit avoidance and overall best-in-class quality standards. Our focus on equipment, staff training, and up-to-date information has made our quality program unmatched in the industry. Our international certifications and relationships serve to support and guide these ongoing initiatives. Below is an outline of those programs.

At Commodity Components, our certifications require that every aspect of our internal process meet quality and performance standards set up by the International Standards Organization (ISO). As a holder of the International Organization for Standards ISO 9001:2008 (Mexico), AS9120 (US locations) and ISO 14001:2015 (US locations) rating Commodity Components is recognized globally as being an industry leader that is committed to delivering products and services that consistently exceed customer expectations. EMS environmental policy. EMS quality policy.

Commodity Components International is a founding member of the Electronic Resellers Association International (ERAI), which is an affiliation of independent electronics distributors networking together to safeguard each other and our customers against fraud, counterfeit product and unscrupulous business practices in the electronic component distribution industry.

Commodity Components International is committed to assisting customers and vendors with RoHS compliance. As a leader, we are committed to supporting the RoHS environmental standards through strict new internal guidelines, as well as providing up to date information for our customers. In partnership with TUV and 5-Trees, Commodity Components has already taken the necessary steps to become fully RoHS compliant.

Commodity Components is a proud member of GIDEP since 2012. GIDEP (Government-Industry Data Exchange Program) is a cooperative activity between government and industry participants seeking to reduce or eliminate expenditures of resources by sharing technical information essential during research, design, development, production and operational phases of the life cycle of systems, facilities and equipment.

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Our quality team remains available to assist with all of our customer's needs. The quality department can be reached at 978-538-0020 x121 or quality@cci-inc.com

Supplier Requirements (click to view)

AS9120 Supplier Requirements

  • The supplier must notify CCI of all nonconforming product and obtain CCI approval for nonconforming product disposition.
  • Notify CCI of changes in product and/or process definition, changes of suppliers, changes of manufacturing facility location and where required, obtain CCI approval and flow down to the supply chain the applicable requirements including customer requirements.
  • Record retention requirements of 7 years.
  • Right of access by CCI, the customer and regulatory authorities to the applicable areas of all facilities at any level of the supply chain involved in the order and to all applicable records.
  • Requirements for a certificate of conformity, test reports and/or airworthiness certificates as applicable.

Suspect/Counterfeit Parts Policy

  • CCI reserves the right to retain and quarantine any/all suspected counterfeit parts that it receives from the seller on this purchase order. Suspect counterfeit parts may be forwarded to the original component manufacturer and/or the appropriate government authorities for final analysis, confiscation and/or destruction. If products furnished by the seller are determined to be counterfeit, the seller agrees to reimburse CCI for the full purchase price as well as shipping charges and 3rd party testing charges incurred by CCI.
  • CCI defines Suspect counterfeit parts as : Unauthorized copies of a product, a part defined by the mfg. part number identification, date code and logo in which the materials used or the performance of the product has changed without notice by someone other than the original mfg. of the product. A substandard part misrepresented by the seller. Products that have been black topped, remarked or otherwise fraudulently altered and/or misrepresented by a 3rd party. The seller must be compliant to AS5553 and comply with all requests that flow down from CCI specific to AS5553 as well as all other requirements.