ARLINGTON, VA – Electronic component orders dipped slightly in November for the second month in a row, according to the Electronic Components Association. The 12-month average, which compares order growth to the previous year, was level.

Electronics components appear on-target for the 6.5% growth rate this year predicted by the consulting firm Decision, ECA says.
 
“Industry leaders have navigated some turbulent economic waters and it looks as if it will be a fairly good year,” says Bob Willis, ECA president. “I think this is evidence of better information flow and communication throughout the supply chain.”

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