When Procurement is Critical… CTG123.com Provides Free Inventory Locator and Rapid Quote System for Military and Aerospace Parts

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Locating stock and getting rapid price quotes is now greatly simplified by Crestwood Technology Group’s new Website, http://www.CTG123.com. CTG is offering a free, welcome Gift Pack for all new sign-ons that meet the simple registration criteria for the next two weeks ending April 1. The site is a free access, full service Web-based search tool that enables buyers in the electronics, aerospace, military and other industries to make free, unlimited searches for parts in stock and Rapid Quotes requests.

The CTG site yields quantity of parts in stock when searched by manufacturers' part number or National Stock Number (NSN), and a Rapid Quote System provides buyers with an immediate price quote, which is invaluable when dealing with mission critical component shortages. CTG's free full service web site provides electronics, aerospace and military procurement personnel unlimited free access to an Inventory Locator and Rapid Quote System. Locating obsolete and hard to find parts with rapid price quotes is now greatly simplified by Crestwood Technology Group's Website, http://www.CTG123.com; in fact, the website has been designed with the specific needs of electronic, military and aerospace parts buyers in mind.

There are no limits to the number of users per company that can access the site, which also offers businesses the opportunity to sell unwanted excess inventory. CTG is a stocking distributor of electronic components, electromechanical parts, military & aerospace parts, hardware, obsolete, discontinued and hard-to-find parts. It's free, easy-to-use and all-inclusive," says Denise Gilchrist, President and founder of CTG.

Crestwood Technology Group's primary users are the US Military, US Defense Supply Centers, government agencies, and the Defense and Aerospace Industries. However, CTG's site is becoming increasingly popular with the commercial sector as well. For Rapid Free Registration, please visit http://www.ctg123.com/registration-page-1, or for more information call us at 914-779-3500 x 131.

Combined with this easy-to-use service, Certified Quality Systems: AS9120:2002 Aerospace Quality Systems Standard, ISO 9001:2000 Quality Systems Management and responsive customer service, CTG continues to offer clients cutting edge tools to facilitate locating parts in stock, receiving timely pricing and immediate delivery of the full spectrum of electronic components, electromechanical parts, military and aerospace parts as well as allocated, hard-to-find and obsolete parts.

CTG123.com members include the US Government, US Military bases, Defense Supply Centers, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, Honeywell, Raytheon, ITT, BAE Systems, NASA, Ametek, Boeing, Celestica, Jabil Circuit, Siemens, Sikorsky, General Dynamics, Goodrich, Rockwell Collins, Tyco, Sanmina-SCI, Motorola, Intel, Harris Corp., Pratt & Whitney, L-3 Communications and over 15,000 other Department of Defense, military, aerospace, and commercial, active members.

Crestwood Technology Group, a 100% Woman Owned - Small Business, recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine & Dun & Bradstreet's Hot 100 Fastest Growing Distributor in America for 2004 and 2005, offers buyers a free Web site to search stock of military, aerospace and commercial level Actuators, Aircraft Spares, Avionics, Batteries, Bearings, Cable Assemblies, Capacitors, CH 47 parts, Circuit Breakers, Combat Vehicle Parts, Connectors, Controls, Converters, Couplers/Attenuators, Crystals, Diodes, Displays/Lamps, Electromechanical, Electronic Components, Expendables, Fans, Fasteners, Filters, Fuses, Hardware, Indicators, Inductors, Interconnects, Integrated Circuits, Inverters, Knobs/Dials, Latches, Meters, Microcircuits, Microelectronics, Microprocessors, Motors, Oscillators, Power Devices, Relays, Resistors, RF Devices, Rotables, Semiconductors, Switches, Transformers, Transistors, Wire/Cable and many more obsolete and hard to find parts.


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