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Your Semiconductor 3PL Partner

We will purchase, store, and fulfill several years of your critical semiconductors, so you don’t have to.

What We Do

Semiconductor 3PL

We can store & fulfill semiconductors and irreplaceable inventory anywhere in the world on a schedule of your choosing. From semiconductor vault storage to die & wafer banking, Partstat has the specialized infrastructure for all your semiconductor 3PL needs.


Inventory Ownership

With over $1B of purchasing power, Partstat can buy inventory on your behalf and provide long-term storage and custom fulfillment based on your chosen schedule. Preserve your working capital and control supply chain risk.


Who We Work With


Control Supply Chain Risk

Build Buffer Stock

Secure EOL Inventory

Support EMS Partners

Lock-In Inventory Costs

Service & Repair Support

Success Stories

Medical Devices Case Study

Capital Preserved: $11M
Partstat Savings: $3.9M
Term: 10 Years

Technology Case Study

Capital Preserved: $4.3M
Partstat Savings: $1.1M
Term: 7 Years

Automotive Case Study

Capital Preserved: $5.8M
Partstat Savings: $660K
Term: 3 Years

Aerospace Case Study

Capital Preserved: $19.3M
Partstat Savings: $4.9M
Term: 7 Years



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